George Baselitz's artistic talents cover a mélange of skills including printmaker, draughtsman, sculptor and painter. However it is the realm of painter, specifically in a neo-Expressionist style, where Baselitz flourishes, challenging the conventional morays of traditional painting by creating energetic upside down images. Baselitz's early work, filled with strong sexual themes, created much controversy while simultaneously elevating Baselitz's reputation to that of a pioneer of German Expressionism. By resisting the bond of traditional artistic styles, Baselitz painted representational forms with a rich color palette in unique alternative ways. His dynamic works can be seen at numerous museums including Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany, Tate Gallery, London and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.