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Charles Wyrsch, was born on July 5, 1920 in Buochs, Nidwalden. His mother died seven days after having giving birth on puerperal fever. His father married a second time. From this marriage came eight children. Wyrsch grew up with his grandparents in Buochs.

From 1935 to 1938, he was trained as a painter at his father's place. From 1939 to 1943 he attended the School of Applied Arts in Lucerne. In the same year Wyrsch leaves for an academic study to the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Geneva. To top off his studies, he was awarded the Prize of the City of Geneva. This price included the use of a studio for a year, five hundred francs and ten days' journey to Paris with art students from all over Switzerland. Back in Switzerland, he takes three months private lessons with Albert Pfister in Erlenbach and learned to know the Fauves and the Expressionists. After this examination favored by Pfister on colors he followed another program at a school of applied arts, this time in Basel with Ernst Buchner and the sculptor Walter Bodmer, with whom he mainly deals with matters of form. In 1949 he temporary moved to Paris. In 1953, he married Edith Hug and settled to Lachen Schwyz. He got his first big orders and successes. The municipality of Buochs ​​ordered a fresco for the new school building. Since 1971, Charles Wyrsch lives in Kriens.

In the 1950s Wyrsch paints his first series of paintings of the "barons". The elongated faces with hat reminiscent of Modigliani and Utrillo. their paintings he learned during his time in Paris. The turning point in the creative process of Wyrsch takes place towards the end of 1950. In the monograph by Markus Brischgi (1990), he says: "... The objectivity had driven me into a corner; I destroyed many works and painted with a palette knife in a true color turmoil new pictures ... ". Up to this point, he was committed to the real matter and traditional painting. The affinity for abstraction is a key moment in his life, acting on his later representational paintings. During this time he also abstracted images of Christ. The Passion theme is deepened by the dramatic experience of the death of his three-year-old little daughter who died on a Good Friday. Under this impression he painted his most famous work, the "Stations of the Cross", 1966, for the Pius Church in Meggen.

In the 1970s, finds Wyrsch, through the stimulation of Bacon's art which represents a new vision of objectivity, to represent back to the people. In the previously mentioned monography of 1990, he says: "... Bacon's new view of objectivity awakened in me the desire to return to figurative representation of the people, after I had designed color spaces under the influence of Mark Rothko." He struggles for forms of expressions in a new and accurate representation of the people in our time. Art is for him the medium coverage. Under the impact of increasing environmental devastation followed from 1980 his work referred to him as "the enemy and the protest pictures" with titles like "concrete", "aggression", "flight" or "drug-related".

Wyrschs artistic career is based on the expressive of figurative paintings, which he gives up in favor of abstraction for about ten years, to return to the figurative. His motives are selected by Wyrsch from the traditional genus species. He deals with Velásquez and El Greco and is inspired by contemporaries. But his paintings remain independent and can be assigned to any style. He describes himself as a man of the present and is open to everything new. But he suffers from the threat to nature and the loneliness of man. There are issues that he would like to present in his works today. In nudes and portraits, including many self-portraits he expresses this suffering, to his person sometimes bluntly.
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National Securities Trims Full Circle Capital Corp Target Price to $4.00 (FULL)

Full Circle Capital Corp (NASDAQ:FULL) had its price objective lowered by National Securities from $5.00 to $4.00 in a research report released on Thursday morning. National Securities currently has a neutral rating on the stock.

“Full Circle announced a rights offering February 23, 2015 with a prospectus filed on March 4, 2015.

The rights offering is giving all existing shareholders the right to purchase an additional share of common stock at $3.75/share and the company is doubling the share count after the offering of 11.949 million rights.

The company expects to bring in net proceeds after fees of $43.0 million.

In connection with the rights offering the quarterly dividend (payable monthly) was cut from $0.201 to $0.105.

Although FULL already has a management fee reimbursement in place it is adding an additional fee reimbursement that will begin in fiscal 4Q15.

The additional waiver will be equivalent to the amount that GAAP net income falls short of the dividends paid and will accrue quarterly and be paid at the end of each fiscal year.

We are lowering our fiscal 2015 NII/share estimate to $0.58 from $0.68 and our 2016 NII/share estimate to $0.55 from $0.72.

Accordingly our price target is being lowered to $4 from $5 and we are maintaining our neutral rating.

Our $4 price target implies an estimated 2016 P/Net Investment Income (P/NII) of 7.3x, dividend yield of 10.5%, and Price/Net Asset Value (P/NAV) of 0.73x compared to the (Business Development Company (BDC) sector averages of 9.3x, 10.1%, and 1.00, respectively.,” National Securities‘s analyst commented.

Full Circle Capital Corp (NASDAQ:FULL) traded down 0.26% on Thursday, hitting $3.78.

18,126 shares of the company’s stock traded hands.

Full Circle Capital Corp has a 52 week low of $3.73 and a 52 week high of $9.34.

The stock has a 50-day moving average of $4.34 and a 200-day moving average of $5.50.

The company also recently declared a monthly dividend, which will be paid on Wednesday, July 15th.

Stockholders of record on Tuesday, June 30th will be given a dividend of $0.035 per share.

This represents a $0.42 dividend on an annualized basis and a yield of 11.08%.

The ex-dividend date of this dividend is Friday, June 26th.

In other Full Circle Capital Corp news, CEO Gregg J. Felton purchased 66,847 shares of the company’s stock in a transaction that occurred on Monday, March 2nd.

The shares were purchased at an average price of $3.78 per share, for a total transaction of $252,681.66.

The transaction was disclosed in a document filed with the SEC, which is available at this link.

Separately, analysts at Maxim Group lowered their price target on shares of Full Circle Capital Corp from $6.50 to $5.00 and set a buy rating on the stock in a research note on Wednesday, February 11th.

Full Circle Capital Corporation (NASDAQ:FULL) is a non-diversified closed-end management investment company.

Full Circle Capital’s investment objective is to generate both current income and capital appreciation through debt and equity investments.

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