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Der Apfel der Eva

Oskar Kokoschka (Pöchlarn 1886 - Montreux 1980)


Der Apfel der Eva

Lot-No. 168

Proceeds : 300,00 €


1913/1916 or 1921, lithograph, 34 x 30 cm (48 x 34,5 cm), lo. ri. sign, monogr. in the stone, one of 320 copies, on laid paper, matted a. framed under glass. - Sheet six of the portfolio 'Der gefesselte Kolombus' edited by Fritz Gurlitt. - Literature: Catalogue rainsonné: Wingler/Welz 48. - Austrian painter, graphic artist a. poet of expressionism. K. studied at the Vienna art school among others under G. Klimt but rejected the Art Nouveau style a. developed a subjective emotional pictorial language. He was member of the Berlin Freie Sezession. Among his most important exhibitions was the participation in the Documenta I to III.

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Oskar Kokoschka: Der Apfel der Eva


Oskar Kokoschka (Pöchlarn 1886 - Montreux 1980)

Der Apfel der Eva

Lot-No. 168

Proceeds : 300,00 €

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1913/1916 or 1921, lithograph, 34 x 30 cm (48 x 34,5 cm), lo. ri. sign, monogr. in the stone, one of 320 copies, on laid paper, matted a. framed under glass. - Sheet six of the portfolio 'Der gefesselte Kolombus' edited by Fritz Gurlitt. - Literature: Catalogue rainsonné: Wingler/Welz 48. - Austrian painter, graphic artist a. poet of expressionism. K. studied at the Vienna art school among others under G. Klimt but rejected the Art Nouveau style a. developed a subjective emotional pictorial language. He was member of the Berlin Freie Sezession. Among his most important exhibitions was the participation in the Documenta I to III.

Der Apfel der Eva