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eBook Oskar Kokoschka: Early Portraits from Vienna and Berlin, 1909-1914 ePub
Author: Mr. Tobias G. Natter
Language: English
ISBN: 0300095562
ISBN13: 978-0300095562
Publisher: Dumont Buchverlag; First Edition edition (April 10, 2002)
Pages: 256
Category: History & Criticism
Subcategory: Photo
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Oskar Kokoschka: Early P. .has been added to your Cart. Expressionist painter Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980) came of age in "the banquet years" of fin-de-siŠcle Vienna amid a morbidly self-conscious circle of poets, architects, and intellectuals

Oskar Kokoschka: Early P. Expressionist painter Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980) came of age in "the banquet years" of fin-de-siŠcle Vienna amid a morbidly self-conscious circle of poets, architects, and intellectuals. After seeing Van Gogh's self-portraits in 1906, he propelled his own style into an emotionally lucid intensity rivaling that of the bipolar Dutchman.

Natter, Tobias G. 255 pages : 29 cm. Catalog of an exhibition held at Neue Galerie New York, Ma. Kokoschka's reception in the . Tobias G. Natter - "Portraits of characters, not portraits of faces" : an introduction to Kokoschka's early portraits, Tobias G. Natter - The dramatic and the drastic in Kokoschka's early portrait drawings, Monika Pessler - Oskar Kokoschka : from Jugendstil, "style of youth," to unmediated expression, Markus Neuwirth - Three texts. on portraiture, Oskar Kokoschka. Books for People with Print Disabilities.

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Berlin 1909-1914" Neue Galerie New York, March 15- June 10 2002 Portrait of the Artist As A Young Portraitist. Kokoschka must have associated with a rather depressed, woeful crowd in Vienna and Berlin, judging from the 70 works currently on display at the Neue Galerie.

OSKAR KOKOSCHKA: Early Portraits from Vienna and Berlin 1909-1914" Neue Galerie New York, March 15- June 10 2002 Portrait of the Artist As A Young Portraitist. Alma Mahler, 1912," by Oskar Kokoschka, oil on canvas, 24 3/8 by 22 inches, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo. Kokoschka fell in love with the widow of Gustav Mahler, the composer, who was 11 years older than Kokoschka. What a motley, mottled mortuary!

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Items related to Oskar Kokoschka: Early Portraits from Vienna and Berlin,. Bookseller Inventory L. 62NN12. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Natter is Keeper of the Twentieth-Century Collection of the Austrian National Gallery Vienna and a frequent guest curator for the Jewish Museum Vienna.

Like the book illustrations, Kokoschka’s tapestry was pronounced disturbing due to its depiction of youthful, exotic and sexualized fantasies. Oskar Kokoschka : early portraits from Vienna and Berlin, 1909-1914. Upon showing these two works, Kokoschka received backlash from conservative officials and only a small portion of the five hundred copies of Die träumenden Knaben were actually bound and sold. As a result, he was expelled from the Kunstgewerbeschule and found his place within the Viennese avant-garde. Austrian architect Adolf Loos befriended Kokoschka and introduced him to other avant-garde.

Oskar Kokoschka : Early Portraits, 1909-1914 Tobias G. Natter is Keeper of the Twentieth-Century Collection of the Austrian National Gallery Vienna and a frequent guest curator for the Jewish.

Oskar Kokoschka : Early Portraits, 1909-1914. This book focuses on the early portraits that Kokoschka painted in Vienna and Berlin on the eve of World War I. Perhaps the best known and most highly esteemed of all his works, these portraits are examples of Kokoschka's use of ecaggeration and distortion of colour to convey deep emotioni and psychological tension.

The Early Portraits 1909-1914, exhibition catalog Neue Galerie New York and Hamburger Kunsthalle.

Natter studied at the universities of Innsbruck, Munich and Vienna and graduated with a PhD in 1988. He began his museum career at the Historisches Museum Wien, after which he spent 15 years with the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere in Vienna, finally serving as the institution's head curator. Natter also acted as a frequent consultant and guest curator for the Jewish Museum Vienna, which was re-established in 1990. The Early Portraits 1909-1914, exhibition catalog Neue Galerie New York and Hamburger Kunsthalle. Oskar Kokoschka: Early Portraits from Vienna and Berlin, 1909–1914. Exh. cat. New York: Neue Galerie, 2002. Strobl, Alice, and Alfred Weidinger, eds. Oskar Kokoschka, Works on Paper: The Early Years, 1897–1917. New York: Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1994.

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