Paul Wunderlich was known by the world with his woodcut, lithographs, and sculpture works which are highly recognizable with the particularly new and distinct style. Wunderlich’s sculpture work features surrealism character which was influenced by Salvador Dali. The artist created artworks with in a realistic and figurative approach to elaborate his personal fantasy. Wunderlich was born in Germany in 1927, he entered the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg in 1947. In 1961 he received the Prize of the Youth for graphics, therefore he went to Paris the next year with the awarded money for further advancement. The artist returned to the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg as a professor for engraving and painting between 1963 and 1968. Wunderlich married the photographer Karin Székessy in 1971, and continued their art pursuit together. Wunderlich used to live and worke in Hamburg and Provence before he died in Provence on June 6, 2010, at the age of 83.