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Seated Woman

Franz Nölken (Hamburg 1884 - La Capelle 1918)


Seated Woman

Lot-No. 120

Proceeds : 2.200 €


Ca. 1904, charcoal drawing, 73 x 33,5 cm, lo. le. sign. Nölken, on the reverse estate stamp as well as two collector's stamps, unframed. - N. is one the most important artist's of early modernism in Hamburg a. of international importance. He was pupil of A. Siebelist since 1900. Ini 1904 he joined the Hamburgische Künstlerschaft, in 1907 he becamer member of the 'Brücke' on recommendation of K. Schmidt-Rottluff. After exhibiting with the Brücke artists in Dresden in 1909 he went to Paris accompanied by F. Ahlers-Hestermann a. W. Rosam to study in the studio of H. Matisse. The collectors E. Rump as well as the owner of Beierdsorf, O. Troplowitz were among his promoters. N.s many-sided pictorial oeuvre was rooted in naturalism a. later received influences of French neoimpressionism a. of Matisse. - Mus.: Hamburg (Kunsthalle), Berlin (Brücke Museum), Schleswig (SHLM) a. others. - Lit.: Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Rump, Der Neue Rump, Meyer-Tönnesmann 'Der Hamburgische Künstlerclub von 1897', Kat. Galerie Herold m. WVZ. d. Gemälde u. Graphik von Meyer-Tönnesmann (Hamburg 1984) a. others.

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Franz Nölken: Seated Woman


Franz Nölken (Hamburg 1884 - La Capelle 1918)

Seated Woman

Lot-No. 120

Proceeds : 2.200 €

Print

Ca. 1904, charcoal drawing, 73 x 33,5 cm, lo. le. sign. Nölken, on the reverse estate stamp as well as two collector's stamps, unframed. - N. is one the most important artist's of early modernism in Hamburg a. of international importance. He was pupil of A. Siebelist since 1900. Ini 1904 he joined the Hamburgische Künstlerschaft, in 1907 he becamer member of the 'Brücke' on recommendation of K. Schmidt-Rottluff. After exhibiting with the Brücke artists in Dresden in 1909 he went to Paris accompanied by F. Ahlers-Hestermann a. W. Rosam to study in the studio of H. Matisse. The collectors E. Rump as well as the owner of Beierdsorf, O. Troplowitz were among his promoters. N.s many-sided pictorial oeuvre was rooted in naturalism a. later received influences of French neoimpressionism a. of Matisse. - Mus.: Hamburg (Kunsthalle), Berlin (Brücke Museum), Schleswig (SHLM) a. others. - Lit.: Thieme-Becker, Vollmer, Rump, Der Neue Rump, Meyer-Tönnesmann 'Der Hamburgische Künstlerclub von 1897', Kat. Galerie Herold m. WVZ. d. Gemälde u. Graphik von Meyer-Tönnesmann (Hamburg 1984) a. others.

Seated Woman