2 edition of exhibition of works by Wilhelm Lehmbruck, 1881-1919 found in the catalog.
exhibition of works by Wilhelm Lehmbruck, 1881-1919
Arts Council of Great Britain.
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Wilhelm Lehmbruck was active/lived in Germany, France. Wilhelm Lehmbruck is known for nude female figure sculpture-torso and portrait bust. Lehmbruck, Wilhelm, Publisher Duisburg: Niederrheinische Druckerei und Verlagsanstalt: Verlag der Rhein- und Ruhrzeitung Collection smithsonian Digitizing sponsor Smithsonian Libraries Contributor Smithsonian Libraries Language GermanPages:
Fallen Man () New National Gallery, Berlin. Biography. One of the greatest sculptors of the early twentieth century, the German artist Wilhelm Lehmbruck ranks alongside Ernst Barlach () as one of Germany's two most important figures in the expressionist movement, and is best known for the pathos of his female nudes, whose forms were inspired by German Gothic sculpture. Wilhelm Lehmbruck () is one of the most important German sculptors of the twentieth century. His oeuvre comprises approximately one hundred sculptures, more than a thousand drawings, eighty paintings and large-scale drawings and some two hundred prints.
The collector Sally Falk visited Lehmbruck in and soon bought several of his works with the help of art dealer Paul Cassirer. Later in Lehmbruck portrayed Falk and his wife in Mannheim, where his first solo exhibition started in November. From Mannheim he travelled to . Artwork page for ‘Inclined Head of a Woman’, Wilhelm Lehmbruck, The sculpture was based on an earlier full-length standing figure made by Lehmbruck in Paris in The large sculpture, which is generaly regarded as Lehmbruck's first mature work, represented a woman, naked except for a cloth wrapped around her legs. The model for the piece was the artist's wife Anita.
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Wilhelm Lehmbruck (–) is among the most important artists of the first half of the 20th century. The Leopold Museum is devoting a first comprehensive retrospective in Austria to this influential innovator and pioneer of modern European sculpture, which will feature 50 sculptures as well as around paintings, drawings and etchings.
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An Exhibition of works by Wilhelm Lehmbruck, sculpture, paintings, drawings, etchings / arranged by the Arts Council of Great Britain Lehmbruck, Wilhelm, [ Book. Wilhelm Lehmbruck, (born January 4,Meiderich, near Duisburg, Germany—died MaBerlin), 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 work was academic and. Wilhelm Lehmbruck Prize of the City of Duisburg and the Rhineland Regional Authority.
The Wilhelm Lehmbruck Prize is a prestigious award in the fine arts and one of the few prizes to be bestowed specifically for sculpture. The prize was first bestowed in on the occasion of the 85 th anniversary of Wilhelm Lehmbruck’s () birthday. Wilhelm Lehmbruck by Lehmbruck, Wilhelm] Hofmann, Werner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Wilhelm Lehmbruck.
Last year, the Leopold Museum in Vienna brought together around fifty-five sculptures and some one hundred paintings, drawings and etchings by the artist Wilhelm Lehmbruck (–) in a tasteful and informative exhibition. Wilhelm Lehmbruck Mother and Child, Small (Mutter und Kind, klein) (, printed ).
Wilhelm Lehmbruck () was an important German printmaker and sculptor. Born in Duisburg, he was the fourth of eight children born to the miner Wilhelm Lehmbruck and his wife Margaretha. He was able to study sculpture arts at the School of Applied Arts. Wilhelm Lehmbruck. From today’s perspective, Ernst Barlach () and Wilhelm Lehmbruck () can be described as the most important German sculptors of the Classical Modern age.
Wilhelm Lehmbruck’s lifework is a national cultural treasure of international significance. 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 (–). Wilhelm Lehmbruck made his avant-garde breakthrough in with “Kneeling Girl,” an over-life-size figure whose expressive melancholy and elongated proportions established the artist’s reputation as an important German Expressionist sculptor.
In “Bust of Kneeling Girl,” he isolated the sculpture’s most poignant passage—the pensive gesture of the tilted head—by provocatively.
Wilhelm Lehmbruck. The German sculptor Wilhelm Lehmbruck () revitalized the image of the human figure in northern Europe. His particular innovation in treating the figure was his use of attenuated proportions. Wilhelm Lehmbruck, the son of a miner, was born in Meiderich on Jan.
4, Wilhelm Lehmbruck ( Meiderich near Duisburg – Berlin) graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Düsseldorf (–) and from to lived and worked in Paris where he was acquainted with the works of Archipenko, Brancusi, Derain, Maillol, and Modigliani.
Wilhelm Lehmbruck () Rückblickende signed ' UCK ' (on the base) painted cast stone Height: 36 1/4 in. ( cm.) Conceived in and executed after Wilhelm LEHMBRUCK () is an artist born in The oldest auction result ever registered on the website for an artwork by this artist is a drawing-watercolor sold inat Christie's, and the most recent auction result is a print-multiple sold in 's price levels for this artist are based on auction : Miscellaneous Sites: The Androom Archives 3 works Articles and Reference Sites: Encyclopedia Britannica complete article on Wilhelm Lehmbruck Note: The full version of the article is available only if you follow this you bookmark the article and return later, or if you navigate directly to the Britannica website, you will see a word preview only.
The German sculptor Wilhelm Lehmbruck () revitalized the image of the human figure in northern Europe. His particular innovation in treating the figure was his use of attenuated proportions. Wilhelm Lehmbruck, the son of a miner, was born in Meidereich on Jan.
4, He studied at the School of Applied Arts in Düsseldorf (). The last time that the German sculptor Wilhelm Lehmbruck (), had an exhibition in London was in at the Tate Gallery. On Thursday, the first UK exhibition .Wilhelm Lehmbruck (German, – ) was a German sculptor, painter and printmaker.
He studied in Düsseldorf at the Kunstgewerbeschule from to and under Karl Janssen at the Kunstakademie from to His work was representative of established academic art.