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The Yellow Parasol
From about 1931 onwards, Laserstein began to adopt a looser, more fluid technique, her brushstrokes more impressionistic. This portrait of Laserstein’s close friend and favourite model Gertrud Rose (Traute Rose) is relaxed and informal. The image of…
The Blue Rider Almanac 2nd Ed. *
Original Title Der Blaue Reiter Year of production 1914 Artist Franz Marc and Wassily Kandinsky Medium Book Materials Paper, ink Dimensions height: 29.8 cm; width: 21.6 cm; depth: 1.8 cm Credit Line Gift of Michael Brooks * You can browse the…
The Blue Rider Almanac 1st Ed. *
Original Title Der Blaue Reiter Year of Production 1912 Artist Franz Marc and Wassily Kandinsky Medium Book Materials Paper, ink Dimensions height: 29.8 cm; width: 21.6 cm; depth: 1.8 cm Credit Line Purchased * You can browse the entire book…
One of five Berlin street scenes Bloch painted before he left Germany in 1934. The smoke rising from the crematorium appears prominent and threatening, framed as it is by the network of wires and poles of the almost deserted square. (Bloch nicknamed…
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…
Colour lithograph, 1950.
Sent with 'Men Boating' postcard and 'Landscape with Double Rainbow' postcard as a birthday greeting from the artist to Dr Schapire who celebrated her 50th birthday on 9.9.1924. Each card carries a single word inscription which when read together…
Laburnum and May Trees
Painted in 1941 from drawings made in the garden of a house in Campden Hill, London. The additional images show a letter about this artwork from Mrs Charlotte Bloch, the wife of the artist. Mrs Bloch give context and interesting details about the…
The simplified forms of the heavily patterned face show the influence of tribal African masks, examples of which the Brücke artists had first encountered in the Dresden Museum of Ethnography. The group were excited by the art of Polynesia and…