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Ruth Maetzel-Johannsen wearing a Head Cloth

Dorothea Maetzel-Johannsen (Lensahn 1886 - Hamburg 1930)


Ruth Maetzel-Johannsen wearing a Head Cloth

Lot-No. 192

Proceeds : 600,00 €


1926, Pencil drawing, 26 x 16 cm, monogr. lo. ri. DMJ, min. foxing, matted a. framed under glass, unopened. - Figure, still life a. landscape painter, student of L. Corinth, married to the painter a. architect Emil Maetzel, educational journeys to Paris a. Chartres, member of the Hamburg Secession, started with expressionistic woodcuts, the pictorial oeuvre was mainly created in her last decade of life a. mainly uses a expressionist pictorial language. - Mus.: Hamburg, Schleswig (SHLM). - Lit.: Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Rump, Der Neue Rump, Hans "D.M.-J. 1886-1939" (catalogue raisonné) a. others. - The painting, uniting the dynamic power of expressinist composition a. the poetry of a sensitive portrait, was created by Maetzel-Johannsen in her last a. most important period of her creative career. The expressionist masterworks created in her last decade of life rank her among the most important exponents of Hamburg art history.

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Dorothea Maetzel-Johannsen: Ruth Maetzel-Johannsen wearing a Head Cloth


Dorothea Maetzel-Johannsen (Lensahn 1886 - Hamburg 1930)

Ruth Maetzel-Johannsen wearing a Head Cloth

Lot-No. 192

Proceeds : 600,00 €

Print

1926, Pencil drawing, 26 x 16 cm, monogr. lo. ri. DMJ, min. foxing, matted a. framed under glass, unopened. - Figure, still life a. landscape painter, student of L. Corinth, married to the painter a. architect Emil Maetzel, educational journeys to Paris a. Chartres, member of the Hamburg Secession, started with expressionistic woodcuts, the pictorial oeuvre was mainly created in her last decade of life a. mainly uses a expressionist pictorial language. - Mus.: Hamburg, Schleswig (SHLM). - Lit.: Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Rump, Der Neue Rump, Hans "D.M.-J. 1886-1939" (catalogue raisonné) a. others. - The painting, uniting the dynamic power of expressinist composition a. the poetry of a sensitive portrait, was created by Maetzel-Johannsen in her last a. most important period of her creative career. The expressionist masterworks created in her last decade of life rank her among the most important exponents of Hamburg art history.

Ruth Maetzel-Johannsen wearing a Head Cloth