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CANVAS No 9
Three rival art critics attend a preview in a gallery of modern art by the controversial artist known as 'Nem0'. What will they make of his latest work (the mysterious Canvas No.9) and why is Canvas No.10 even more important? This film of the…
The Engine Shed, Dowlais, South Wales 1951
The artwork in the additional image is actually showing the rear of The Engine Shed canvas.
Partly repainted in 1969. The sitter, Sheela Bonarjee recalls being approached by the artist to sit for a portrait, whilst walking on Hampstead Heath. Invited to her home, Bonarjee remembers the émigré writer and close friend of the artist, Elias…
Autumn Evening, Klotzsche
This painting, depicting a sunset scene with a factory worker returning from his shift, belongs to a highly significant series of paintings Felixmüller produced in the early 1920s. The artist’s brother was a mining engineer, and Felixmüller produced…
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (1884-1976) was born in Rottluff and studied architecture in Dresden with Erich Heckel before they formed, with Bleyl and Kirchner, “die Brücke” in 1905. The group were influenced by the works of Nietzsche and Schmidt-Rottluff…
Royal Academy Magazine
Extract from the article: Despite his untimely death on the battlefields of Verdun in 1916, Marc was a prolific painter, especially between 1911 - when he helped farm he Blaue Reiter group - and the outbreak of the First World War, when he produced…
March to the Front or The Three German Soldiers
Two Riders in the Avenue in Sakrow
Nidden Coastline With Fishing Boats
Pechstein had been living in Berlin for a year when, in 1909, he was delighted to learn he had sold two of the three paintings he had exhibited at the Berlin Secession. With the money he went on holiday to the remote, unspoiled village of Nidden on…