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Red Woman was one of Marc’s last paintings containing the human figure and reflects the humanistic idea of man’s interrelationship with nature. A ‘primitive’ woman, untouched by the corrupting influence of civilisation, is harmoniously absorbed into…
Head with Red-Black Hair
Nolde had a complete mastery of the watercolour medium. The head, artificially lit from below, appears to have an independent life of its own as it floats into the top left-hand corner of the paper. While the slash of red across the mouth indicates…
Red Poppies in a Vase
Gouache and watercolour, 1920.
Three Robed Women in Red and Purple
Schooner on a Red Background
Academic Reports & Essays
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Academic Reports on the Collection
These were completed in April 2014. The commissioned reports will benchmark the value of the collection for future reference and feed directly into the development of collecting strategies around German Expressionism. The reports are published here…
Martin Bloch (1883-1954) was born in Neisse, Silesia. He studied aesthetics with the Swiss art historian Heinrich Woelfflin in Munich and in 1907 he took drawing lessons in Berlin with Lovis Corinth as teacher. In 1911 Bloch exhibited at the art…
Lady Hamilton *
Full Title Lady Hamilton or the Posturing of Emma or From Housemaid to Nelsons bit of crackling. A fantastic and romantic travesty by Alfred Richard Meyer. Most industriously fleshed out by George Grosz. Original Title Lady Hamilton oder Posen…