After his studies of architecture, Schulte returned to the Trier’s Fine Arts Academy.
Issued from a line of architects, Schulte attended a circle of artists. Thanks to it he could very early develop the direction of the open language of the drawing and appreciate the sensuality of color.
His long research of a theme and its color harmonies show that the artist has full knowledge of nature.
Schulte’s black lead drawings represent Italy’s landscapes, the Valley of the Loire’s castles’ frentages or the white horse’s court in the Fontainebleau castle.