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North German Landscape

Otto Modersohn (Soest 1865 - Fischerhude 1943)


North German Landscape

Lot-No. 47

Proceeds : 9.700 €


Oil/cardboard, 40,5 x 57 cm, lo. le. dat A[ugust] 07. - Expertise: We are grateful to Rainer Noeres from the Modersohn Museum for kindly confirming the authenticity and for informations on the provenance. - Provenance: Otto Modersohn estate; Christian Modersohn, the artist's son; private collection Bremen; Gallery Cohrs-Zirus, Worpswede, 1979; Collection Konjetzny, Harburg, 1980-1982; Galleries Westenhoff, Lübeck and Kunsthandel Werner Bertram, Bremen (catalogue p. 26f, no. 11, 'Felder bei Worpswede'); Hauswedell & Nolte, Hamburg, 1983, auction 259, p. 138, plate 58, lot. no. 1078; private collection Hamburg. - Worpswede painter, main exponent of the Worpswede artist colony. He studied since 1884 at the Düsseldorf academy, thereafter in Munich a. Karlsruhe. Accompanied by F. Mackensen he visited Worpswede for the first time in 1889. Shortly after H. am Ende, F. Overbeck a. H. Vogeler joined them a. the artist's colony emerged. An exhibition in the Bremen Kunsthalle brought supra-regional attention, an exhibtion in the Munich Glaspalast the same year was the international break-thorugh. To keep his personal a. artistical freedom M. left the Worpswede Künstlervereinigung as soon as 1899. After the death of his wife Paula Modersohn-Becker he moved to the nearby Fischerhude, since 1922 he also travelled regularly to the Allgäu. In 1940 he was awarded the Goethe medal, an important German prize. M. developed the immediateness, the feeling for nature and the sense for colour of the classic plein air painting in direction of a reduced concreteness which concentrates the form of nature to compact masses a. makes the colour communicate the mood.

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Otto Modersohn: North German Landscape


Otto Modersohn (Soest 1865 - Fischerhude 1943)

North German Landscape

Lot-No. 47

Proceeds : 9.700 €

Print

Oil/cardboard, 40,5 x 57 cm, lo. le. dat A[ugust] 07. - Expertise: We are grateful to Rainer Noeres from the Modersohn Museum for kindly confirming the authenticity and for informations on the provenance. - Provenance: Otto Modersohn estate; Christian Modersohn, the artist's son; private collection Bremen; Gallery Cohrs-Zirus, Worpswede, 1979; Collection Konjetzny, Harburg, 1980-1982; Galleries Westenhoff, Lübeck and Kunsthandel Werner Bertram, Bremen (catalogue p. 26f, no. 11, 'Felder bei Worpswede'); Hauswedell & Nolte, Hamburg, 1983, auction 259, p. 138, plate 58, lot. no. 1078; private collection Hamburg. - Worpswede painter, main exponent of the Worpswede artist colony. He studied since 1884 at the Düsseldorf academy, thereafter in Munich a. Karlsruhe. Accompanied by F. Mackensen he visited Worpswede for the first time in 1889. Shortly after H. am Ende, F. Overbeck a. H. Vogeler joined them a. the artist's colony emerged. An exhibition in the Bremen Kunsthalle brought supra-regional attention, an exhibtion in the Munich Glaspalast the same year was the international break-thorugh. To keep his personal a. artistical freedom M. left the Worpswede Künstlervereinigung as soon as 1899. After the death of his wife Paula Modersohn-Becker he moved to the nearby Fischerhude, since 1922 he also travelled regularly to the Allgäu. In 1940 he was awarded the Goethe medal, an important German prize. M. developed the immediateness, the feeling for nature and the sense for colour of the classic plein air painting in direction of a reduced concreteness which concentrates the form of nature to compact masses a. makes the colour communicate the mood.

North German Landscape