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Emil Nolde: The Grotesques. Editeb by Ulrich Luckhardt and Christian Ring

£3,214,154.00
Berlino, Hatje Cantz, 2017. Cm 28x23, pag. 169, ill in nero e a col. cart e sovrac. Catalogo dell'esposizione at Museum Wiesbaden dall'Aprile al Luglio 2017.
Editeur Hatje Cantz
Années de publication: 2017
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Référence: 9783775742832

Emil Nolde (1867–1956) is famous for his dramatic ocean views and colorful flower gardens, but his love of the fantastical and grotesque has received less attention. Yet it is clear from his autobiography and his letters that they had a significant impact on his art. Alongside his first oil painting, “Bergriesen” (“Mountain Giants,” 1895–96), his alpine postcards of this period, in which the Swiss mountains appear as bizarre human physiognomies, also convey his fascination with the fantastical. His rejection of realism in favor of a grotesque, alternative world can be seen throughout his oeuvre, from its beginnings to the Grotesken (1905) and watercolors from 1918–19, to the years under the Nazis when he was forbidden to practice his profession. This catalog, which includes works never before shown, is also the first to emphasize this fascinating side of the great painter and water-colorist.

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