October Show at the Walchensee
Lovis Corinth - 1919
1215 x 1022 • 314 KB
Von 1918 an verbrachte Corinth jährlich längere Zeit am Walchensee. Dort schuf er mit fast ekstatischer Hingabe mehr als 60 Ansichten des Ufers. Die Bilder sind ein bedeutender Beitrag zur spezifisch deutschen Variante des Spätimpressionismus, in den sich Elemente des Expressionismus mischen. Immer wieder sucht der Künstler die gleichen Plätze auf, um sie im Wechsel von Jahreszeiten, Witterung und Lichtverhältnissen zu malen. Es entstand eine der umfangreichsten Bildserien in der Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts.
Owner/Location: Staatliche Kunsthalle Karlsruhe  (Germany - Karlsruhe)
Dates: 1919
Artist age:Approximately 61 years old.
Dimensions: Height: 45 cm (17.72 in.), Width: 56 cm (22.05 in.)
Medium: Painting
Oil on wood
Entered by: Member rocsdad on 05 September 2005.
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