Our original Frescographies are manufactured exclusively in the RML Studios using the patented Frescography technique invented by Prof. Rainer Maria Latzke. Each Frescography is created as a single piece according to the individual wishes of the client and the architectural characteristics of the workspace. Every Frescography is a unique artwork signed by the artist. One of the most significant characteristics of our Frescographies is the incorporation of the architectural features of the respective room, such as doors, windows, beams or alcoves. This gives the impression of an on-site created painting.
The Frescographies are produced on wall-sized canvas without any seams and convey a three-dimensional surface, replicating the artists brush strokes. In this manner, they reveal, even upon closer inspection, all the properties of an on-site hand-painted mural. Since the Frescographies show the same surface structure as a hand-painted mural, a combination of both modes of execution is made possible.
So, a Frescography can be continued by hand painting, when for example, the covering of arched ceilings or other special architectural forms is difficult or not possible.
Besides the cost advantage over an on-site painted mural, our Frescographies offer the benefit of being installed within only one to two days and thus only briefly limiting the use of the workspace. We store all the data and information of every Frescography at our archive, so that the restoration of an image due to structural damage or other events is still possible and if necessary, as with hotels or restaurants, can be renewed “overnight”.
In addition to the works of art by Rainer Maria Latzke, the studio’s affiliated sales company, DreamWorlds, also offers Frescographies from the most significant classical wall art from ancient times to Art Deco. Please click here for more information.