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Exhibition Poster for Stuttgart 1963
The original woodcut is 'Portrait of a Man' (1919) Through the medium of this exhibition poster, we can see the expressive power of Heckel’s self-portrait of 1919. The colour scheme and bold woodcut technique marks this portrait as one of the…
Self Portrait as a Painter From Two Sides
Poster for an exhibition of Oskar Kokoschka's work held in Zurich in 1923. This bold colourful poster, possessing a raw visual energy, announces Kokoschka’s exhibition at the Wolfsberg Art Gallery, Zurich, during September and October 1923. His…
Head in Black and Green
Original painted in 1913. In the years preceding the First World War, Jawlensky painted over a hundred women’s faces with black contours and dark, staring eyes. Here the large, heavily contoured, dark eyes gaze out to the viewer, an individual…
Johann Vincenz Cissarz
Johann Vincenz Cissarz was born on January 22nd 1873, Danzig, German Empire (today Gdańsk, the Republic of Poland) and died on December 22nd 1942, Frankfurt, Germany. From 1891 until 1894 Cissarz studied at the academy of arts in Dresden, where he…
Throughout the 1920s Kollwitz’s strong social convictions found expression in her commanding graphic works, championing the oppressed and highlighting social injustice. Help for Russia is symbolised in the form of strong hands lifting the hollow…
Portrait of Ulrich Varnbüler
Ulrich Varnbüler was a German public official and distinguished classical scholar. Dürer intended his woodcut to be almost life-size, and to retain the drawn strokes of the original chalk study. The imposing physicality of Varnbüler is marked, with…