Adolf Tuma

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Adolf "Adi" Tuma (born 27 June 1956) is an Austrian painter and lithographer. His activities comprise decorative architecture, paintings, stamps and cancellations. Tuma's primary subject is nature.

He is best known for his designs used for stamps by various postal administrations. In this context he has received a Silver Decoration to the Republic of Austria. Presently his works on stamps only contains more than 100 pieces.[1]

Artistic style and themes[edit]

His free designs reflect his respect and love for nature in its widest sense. He is influenced by Friedensreich Hundertwasser

Honors[edit]

Yehudi Menuhin Trophy 2006 for Music Philately[2]

List of stamps (extract)[edit]

for Austria[edit]

for Liechtenstein[edit]

  • 2003 White Storks in the Alpine River Valley[3]

for Luxembourg[edit]

  • 2000 Historic patrimony: Vauban Circular Walk[4]

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