Klaus Fussmann (b. 1938) is a contemporary German painter whose subject matter includes still lifes, figuration, maritime scenes, and flowers. He is known for his diluted landscape scenes characterized by vast yellow fields. Born in Velbert, Germany, he attended the Berlin University of the Art in 1966. The artist as received numerous distinctions for his work, including
the Villa Romana Prize from the Villa Romana Foundation in 1972. In 1972, he also exhibited at theNeue Nationalgalerie in Berlin. The artist currently lives and works in Berlin.