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Friedrich Ahlers-Hestermann (Hamburg 1883 - Berlin 1973)


Bad Oldesloe

Lot-No. 206

Proceeds : 10.700,00 €


Oil/canvas, 52,5 x 67,5 cm, lo. ri. sign. and dat. F. Ahlers-Hestermann 1915, tiny pigment losses. - Exhibition: The painting was exhibited: Die große Inspiration. Deutsche Künstler in der Académie Matisse. Friedrich Ahlers-Hestermann, Franz Nölken, Walter Rosam, Gretchen Wohlwill. Kunst-Museum Ahlen, Edwin-Scharff-Museum Neu-Ulm, Clemens-Sels-Museum Neuss, 2000, cat. no. 103. - Literature: Die große Inspiration. Deutsche Künstler in der Académie Matisse, exh. cat., p. 127. - Painter and author, taught painting by A. Siebelist. He travelled to Paris with F. Nölken and W. Rosam where he became pupil of H. Matisse in 1910 and met his future wife, A. Povorina. Back in Hamburg he joined the Hamburgischer Künstlerclub and the Hamburg secession. Since 1928 he was professor at the Cologne Werkkunstschule, a position from which he was dismissed by the Nazis in 1933. After the war he became a head of the Berlin academy of arts. He was awarded the Bundesverdienstkreuz and the Edwin Scharff award. Mus.: Berlin, Hamburg, Essen, Cologne a. others. Lit.: Der Neue Rump; F. A.-H.: Pause vor dem dritten Akt, 1949 (1975); C. Meyer-Tönnesmann: Der Hamburgische Künstlerclub von 1897, 1985; A. Manigold: Der Hamburger Maler F.A.-H., Hamburg 1986; I. Ewers-Schultz: F. A.-H., hrsg. von der Gal. Herold Hamburg.

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Friedrich Ahlers-Hestermann: Bad Oldesloe


Friedrich Ahlers-Hestermann (Hamburg 1883 - Berlin 1973)

Bad Oldesloe

Lot-No. 206

Proceeds : 10.700,00 €

Print

Oil/canvas, 52,5 x 67,5 cm, lo. ri. sign. and dat. F. Ahlers-Hestermann 1915, tiny pigment losses. - Exhibition: The painting was exhibited: Die große Inspiration. Deutsche Künstler in der Académie Matisse. Friedrich Ahlers-Hestermann, Franz Nölken, Walter Rosam, Gretchen Wohlwill. Kunst-Museum Ahlen, Edwin-Scharff-Museum Neu-Ulm, Clemens-Sels-Museum Neuss, 2000, cat. no. 103. - Literature: Die große Inspiration. Deutsche Künstler in der Académie Matisse, exh. cat., p. 127. - Painter and author, taught painting by A. Siebelist. He travelled to Paris with F. Nölken and W. Rosam where he became pupil of H. Matisse in 1910 and met his future wife, A. Povorina. Back in Hamburg he joined the Hamburgischer Künstlerclub and the Hamburg secession. Since 1928 he was professor at the Cologne Werkkunstschule, a position from which he was dismissed by the Nazis in 1933. After the war he became a head of the Berlin academy of arts. He was awarded the Bundesverdienstkreuz and the Edwin Scharff award. Mus.: Berlin, Hamburg, Essen, Cologne a. others. Lit.: Der Neue Rump; F. A.-H.: Pause vor dem dritten Akt, 1949 (1975); C. Meyer-Tönnesmann: Der Hamburgische Künstlerclub von 1897, 1985; A. Manigold: Der Hamburger Maler F.A.-H., Hamburg 1986; I. Ewers-Schultz: F. A.-H., hrsg. von der Gal. Herold Hamburg.

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