Lehmbruck and his contemporaries
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Lehmbruck and his contemporaries [exhibition] 1951-152, New York, Curt Valentin Gallery.

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Published by The Gallery in New York .
Written in English


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ContributionsLehmbruck, Wilhelm, 1881-1919., Curt Valentin Gallery (New York, N.Y.)
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LC ClassificationsMLCS 87/07402 (N)
The Physical Object
Paginationca. 138 p. :
Number of Pages138
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Open LibraryOL2492016M
LC Control Number87461173

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Get this from a library! Lehmbruck and his contemporaries: [catalog of an exhibition] September Octo [Wilhelm Lehmbruck; Curt Valentin Gallery (New York, N.Y.)]. (including 9 sculptures by Lehmbruck). Catalogue of 43 works exhibited, including 13 sculptures by Wilhelm Lehmbruck and 30 works by nineteen contemporaries executed between "when Lehmbruck did most of his important work". I'd never heard from Wilhelm Lehmbruck and his work (graphic, sculpture, paintings). The museum gives an overview of his work and shows work of his contemporary artists. The work of Lehmbruck is complete and let the visitor see how he has developed in time his technique.4/5(35). I'd never heard from Wilhelm Lehmbruck and his work (graphic, sculpture, paintings). The museum gives an overview of his work and shows work of his contemporary artists. The work of Lehmbruck is complete and let the visitor see how he has developed in time his technique.4/ TripAdvisor reviews.

Wilhelm Lehmbruck, (born January 4, , Meiderich, near Duisburg, Germany—died Ma , Berlin), German sculptor, printmaker, and painter best known for his melancholy sculptures of elongated nudes.. Lehmbruck studied art in Düsseldorf, Germany, first at the School of Arts and Crafts (–) and then at the Art Academy (–07).). His early . In doing so, the curators established an engaging dialogue between Lehmbruck and his role models, contemporaries, and followers. All photographs by the author, courtesy of Leopold Museum. Fig. 1, Installation view featuring sculpture by Wilhelm Lehmbruck. The Lehmbruck Museum (Duisburg, Germany) has in its collection about sculptures, 40 paintings, drawings and graphical works by Wilhelm Lehmbruck. The museum, named after Wilhelm Lehmbruck, was originally designed by his son, Manfred Lehmbruck . • Exceptional movemnet study of Lehmbruck's first son Gustav Wilhelm Lehmbruck • From the collection of the Wuppertal merchant and collector Paul Roh, a close friend of Georg Kolbe and the Lehmbruck family • Lehmbruck is one of the most important German sculptors of the 20th century. His works are in possession of many public collections.

Paul Cassirer in Berlin published his prints in small editions, some of them posthumously in the s. In the s Nazis condemned his work as degenerate and removed it from public collections. Selected Bibliography. Heller, Reinhold. The Art of Wilhelm Lehmbruck. Exh. cat. Washington, DC: National Gallery of Art, Petermann, Erwin.   Joseph Beuys (), alchemist, social visionary and artist, was born in Germany. In , he became Professor of Monumental Sculpture at the Düsseldorf Academy, but was expelled in With his first gallery "action" in , Teaching Paintings to a Dead Hare, his international reputation began to grow. In , he was honored with a. He was in art school in Düsseldorf at age fourteen, and by his middle twenties, already a star at the Düsseldorf Academy of Art, he had got himself to Italy to study Michelangelo and had traveled to England, France, and elsewhere. In , now twenty-nine, Lehmbruck moved to Paris with his wife Anita and the first of their eventually three sons. He encouraged the efforts of his countrymen Gerhard Marcks, Lyonel Feininger and Max Beckmann and was a strong advocate of contemporary sculptors such as Alexander Calder, Mary Callery, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Marino Marini, Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore.