2 edition of Max Beckmann, 1948. found in the catalog.
Max Beckmann, 1948.
City Art Museum of St. Louis.
Bibliography: p. 105-114.
|Statement||Retrospective exhibition organized by City Art Museum of St. Louis.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||[ii], 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
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Known for his penetrating Expressionistic self-portraits and enigmatic allegories, Max Beckmann (–) was one of the most prominent modernist painters of.
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Beckmann has always been compartmentalised as an. Beckmann has also underlined the title of the painting twice in this list as if to indicate that the work held a special significance for him (see C. Lenz, ‘“Beautiful and Horribly Life-like’”, The Art of Max Beckmann, ’, in exh.
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Leading Modernist painter, printmaker, draftsman, and writer Max Beckmann began his career working in the traditional style but came to be linked with Expressionism, as well as the Neue Sachlichkeit's contemporary social criticism.
Devoted to figuration, Beckmann repeatedly used the theater, circus, history, mythology, and religion as allegories for human tragedy. Beckmann's Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery By M.
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Max Beckmann Born Feb. 12, Died Dec. 28, (at age 66) Nationality German Field Painting, Sculpture, Drawing, Printmaking Works View Complete Works Max Beckmann was born in Leipzig Germany in He was the son of a grain merchant. His father died when Max was about 10 years old. By the age ofBorn: Feb.
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