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Tadeusz Fuss-Kaden

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Tadé was the name used by Tadeusz Fuss-Kaden to sign his paintings as Tadé or Fuss or Kaden. Fuss was his mother's name. After an acknowledgement of paternity by justice, his name was Kaden - that of his father. He was a painter of Polish origin who gained international attention in the 1960s for his powerful abstract compositions made of plaster and resin on board, with strips and rounds of rusted tin cans embedded on the surface. Later in the 60s, Tadé expanded his work by wooden sculptures looking like insects or Mars people. In addition, he started his typical design of Mediterranean houses.
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