Stehende, 1912

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The Ethel Morrison Van Derlip Fund, 1966expand_more  P.13,822

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German Expressionism is often characterized with the term angst-fear, anxiety, anguish. But the Expressionists also captured joy and pleasure as is seen in this portrayal of curvaceous young woman fixing her hair during an outing to one of the beautiful lakes nearby the city of Dresden.

Details
Title
Stehende
Artist Life
1883 - 1970
Role
Artist
Accession Number
P.13,822
Provenance
(Galerie Stangl, Munich, Germany); sold to MIA, 1966.
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