VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn, (2016)

Max Beckmann, Landscape with Balloon, Drypoint, 1918

Item no. 217817-49

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    • Drypoint on Japan paper, 1918; posthumously printed in 1966
    • Max Beckmann (1884-1950) – German painter, graphic artist and sculptor
    • Numbered 'XVI/XXX' in pencil
    • On the reverse signed 'Peter Beckmann' and stamped by the estate of Max Beckmann
    • Catalogue raisonné: Hofmaier 134 II B. a. (of II B. b.)
    • Printed by Franz Hanfstaengl, Munich (with blindstamp)
    • Plate dimensions: 23.3 x 29.2 cm; sheet dimensions: 37 x 51.8 cm
    • Object is taxed regularly. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU.
    • The price for this item contains a resale rights royalty that will be paid out to the collecting society VG Bild Kunst
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  • Additional Information & Condition

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    The sheet is discolored; mainly in the direction of the edges. Tiny damages and creases can be seen in some places to the edges, primarily to the lower and to the upper as well as to the right edge. There is one tear at the lower and at the right edge and at the upper right upper corner. The overall impression is good.

    Max Beckmann (1884-1950)
    Max Beckmann was born in Leipzig in 1884. He studied at the Grandducal Art Academy in Weimar in the years between 1900 and 1903. In 1905 he moved to Berlin where he joined the artist group of Berlin Secession. In 1910 he was voted as its youngest board member. It was Paul Cassirer who organized in 1913 a large retrospective of Beckmann’s work with a total of 47 paintings. A year later Max Beckmann was awarded with the Villa Romana prize, which enabled him a year-long study visit in Florence. During the First World War, he volunteered as a paramedic, while creating sketches of his war experiences. In this period, Beckmann’s style got more simple, but also more expressive, vigorous and socially critical. In 1925 he was appointed professor at the Städelschule in Frankfurt. From 1929 to 1932, he spent the winter months in Paris, while already being criticized fiercely by the Nazis, who dismissed him in 1933 from his teaching position. In 1937 Beckmann’s work was classified ‘degenerate art’, and 590 of his works were removed from public German museum collections. The same year, the artist emigrated to The Netherlands and eventually to the States in 1947. (msc)

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