Coverbild Von Liebermann bis Nolde
Von Liebermann bis Nolde
Impressionismus in Deutschland auf Papier
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Edited by: Dr. Ulrich Luckhardt
Graphic Design: Harald Richter
Texts by: Frank Möbius, Ulrich Rüter, Friederike Schmidtt-Möbius, Lisa Schmökel
Contributions: Dagmar Lott-Reschke
April 2014 , 224 Pages
308mm x 236mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-3815-6
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| German Impressionism on paper—masterpieces of the delicate kind!
German Impressionism is usually considered on off­shoot of its French precedent and is associated with the paintings of Max Liebermann, Lovis Corinth, and Max Slevogt. Yet precisely the lesser known genre of works on paper—a medium used for the sponta­neous and direct depiction of landscapes—illustrates so vividly the widespread impact and groundbreaking role of Impressionism on the development of German modernism. The volume presents 150 wonderful works of art—drawings, watercolors, gouaches, pas­tels, and prints. It demonstrates how a freer form of artistic statement embraced abstraction and expres­sion to subsequently triumph over the naturalism of the academies. Including Liebermann, Corinth, and Slevogt, the book features important works from 1880 to 1925 by Lesser Ury, Maria Slavona, Anna Gerresheim, Otto Modersohn, Christian Rohlfs, and Arthur Illies, in addition to the photographs of Heinrich Kühn. Ausstellungen/Exhibitions: Internationale Tage Ingelheim, Altes Rathaus, Ingelheim 5.4.–15.6.2014 | Ernst Barlach Haus, Hamburg 29.6.–28.9.2014
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