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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…
Boy in a Green Coat
The work is dated 1908 but art historians now believe it was actually painted in 1910.
Mid-European Art Exhibition Catalogue
Year of production 1944 Publisher Leicester Museum Service Medium Leaflet Materials Paper, ink Credit Line Presented by Peter Romilly Dimensions height: 20 cm; width: 12.6 cm Exhibition catalogue of 'Mid-European Art', February 5-27…
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…
Egon Schiele, New Works on Display
Born near Vienna in 1890, Schiele developed a highly individual style. With his signature painting style, presenting portraits of distorted, strangely angled sitters, defying conventional beauty, Egon Schiele became one of the leading painters of…
Promenaders in the Tiergarten
The Tiergarten, the large green park in the centre of Berlin was a favourite location for Liebermann, who made numerous paintings and studies of families and children, horseriders and people strolling beneath the trees.
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…
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…
Portrait of Max Reinhardt
The Austrian director Max Reinhardt (1873-1943) transformed theatre. Reinhardt introduced new and experimental approaches to stage design, lighting, costume, voice, movement and music. His often spectacular theatrical productions demonstrated the…
Colour lithograph, 1950.