Conrad Felixmüller

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Germany / 1920s / New Objectivity / August Sander


Conrad Felixmuller (1897-1977) is regarded as one of the most important representatives of the Second Generation of German Expressionism. He celebrated initial major successes with his art during the Weimar Republic. This volume illustrates the life and work of this unusual artist, whose creative career reflects more than half a century of art and contemporary history.

In January 1919 Felixmuller founded the avant-garde Dresdner Sezession Gruppe 1919, whose members also included Otto Dix and Peter August Boeckstiegel as well as other fellow artists. The works from the early 1920s reflect not only his interest in these people but also his political commitment. Under National Socialism Felixmuller's works were proscribed as "degenerate"; after 1945 he endeavoured to continue his work in the GDR, albeit under new auspices. Ten years before his death, Felixmuller moved to West Berlin, where he lived to see the rediscovery of his work.

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David Riedel
20,5 x 14 cm
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