Tote bag Seiwert - The Workers

The exhibition Germany / 1920s / New Objectivity / August Sander traces the origins and development of the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) movement, which began with the introduction of standardised and normalised types into the art of the 1920s.
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Germany / 1920s / New Objectivity / August Sander
Artist
Seiwert

Description

The work:

Franz Wilhelm Seiwert (1894-1933)

Die Arbeitsmänner [The Workers], 1925

Oil on canvas, 69.4 × 90 cm

Kunstpalast, Düsseldorf

Descriptions & Features

Characteristics

100 % Cotton, made in Europe

Dimensions
36 x 40 cm

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