Iris Lauterbach studied art history and romance languages and literature in Mainz, Pavia and Paris and obtained her doctorate in 1985. Since 1991 she has been a member of the research department of the Central Institute for Art History in Munich and teaches the history of garden architecture at the Technical University in Munich. Her main areas of research include France during the 18th century and the history of European garden art from the 16th to the 20th century, while she has also carried out extensive research about the restitution of artworks that were looted during the Second World War.
It was a longing for warmth and the Mediterranean which people
craved, and Volkamer created exactly the stuff that dreams of this
kind are made of. * Philographikon Gallery *
...what could be more life-enhancing than depictions of luscious citrus fruit angelically suspended in the sky? * The Art Newspaper *