Eduard Micus counts among the most significant German artists of the second half of the 20th century. Eduard Micus worked out his own image concept while he was bout to finish his studies under Willi Baumeister at the 'Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste' in Stuttgart: This concept would soon become characteristic of his art: He conceived an imagery that features two corresponding halves separated by the central axis. In the "Coudrage", as Eduard Micus calls this kind of pictures, the left half is always dominated by a monochrome and contemplative painting style, whereas the opposite part is dominated by a more gestural manner. Furthermore, he then also employed relief-like implants of wood and cardboard that went beyond the scope of the picture's format. The enormous aesthetic potential of the "Coudrages" by Eduard Micus is in the charming contrast between both sides. Works by the artist have been in the focus of countless single and group exhibitions, which is clear proof of their rank in art.