Your search for "neuschul" matched 9 page(s).
Showing results 1 to 9.
Ernst Neuschul (3min 40sec)
Ernest Neuschul was born in Aussig, a small town in what is now the Czech Republic. He studied in Prague and later Vienna, where he was fascinated by the paintings of Klimt and Egon Schiele and the expressionistic works of Oskar Kokoschka. At the…
Neuschul’s paintings of unemployed workers, Gypsies and black people provoked Goebbels into having his pictures vandalised in an exhibition in 1933. Neuschul portrays the breastfeeding mother with a monumental dignity, her watchful eyes indicating…
Ernst Neuschul was a painter of the Neue Sachlichkeit, or ‘New Objectivity movement, which arose in post WW1 Germany. Prior to this between 1919-1926 his interests included Freudian psychoanalysis, sexual liberation, spiritualism and yoga. During…
Woman Applying Make-up
The image of the woman applying her make-up is a powerful one. Painted in Berlin at the height of the Weimar years, it gives an insight into the changing fortunes of young metropolitan working women who, in the mid-1920s were achieving greater…
In Search of the Black Mother
The story of Ernst Neuschul and the “Black Mother” This picture was painted in 1931 by Ernst Neuschul, who was born near Prague in 1895 to a Jewish family. They ran a hardware store, but he trained as an artist in Prague and Vienna and worked in…
Female Nude with Two Men