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CHRISTIAN SCHAD - DAS FRÜHWERK 1915-1935 / Gemälde, Zeichnungen, Schadographien

CHRISTIAN SCHAD (1894-1982)

The 1920s German art movement \"New Objectivity\" (Neue Sachlichkeit) created a stark and indelible portrait of German society. Along with Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, and George Grosz, artist Christian Schad is central to any appreciation of this fascinating period in both art and history.

Schad is a contradictory character. For all his icy-cool realism, Schad\'s mesmerizing paintings are characterized by an intense engagement with his models. While he is best known as a realist, he is also credited by the Dadaists as the inventor of abstract photograms, or \"Schadographs.\"

The 1920s German art movement \\\"New Objectivity\\\" (Neue Sachlichkeit) created a stark and indelible portrait of German society. Along with Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, and George Grosz, artist Christian Schad is central to any appreciation of this fascinating period in both art and history.

Schad is a contradictory character. For all his icy-cool realism, Schad\\\'s mesmerizing paintings are characterized by an intense engagement with his models. While he is best known as a realist, he is also credited by the Dadaists as the inventor of abstract photograms, or \\\"Schadographs.\\\"

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Emne Neue sachlichkeit/New objectivity/Magisk realisme
Kunstner SCHAD, Christian
Forfatter Jill Lloyd & Michael Peppiatt
Sprog Tysk tekst
Illustrationer 205 ill, heraf 119 i farve og duotone
Format / Sideantal 29 x 23 cm / 200 sider
Udgivelsesår 2003
Indbinding Indbundet
Forlag schirmer/Mosel
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 3829600607
Lev. 3 dage

CHRISTIAN SCHAD (1894-1982)

The 1920s German art movement \"New Objectivity\" (Neue Sachlichkeit) created a stark and indelible portrait of German society. Along with Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, and George Grosz, artist Christian Schad is central to any appreciation of this fascinating period in both art and history.

Schad is a contradictory character. For all his icy-cool realism, Schad\'s mesmerizing paintings are characterized by an intense engagement with his models. While he is best known as a realist, he is also credited by the Dadaists as the inventor of abstract photograms, or \"Schadographs.\"

The 1920s German art movement \\\"New Objectivity\\\" (Neue Sachlichkeit) created a stark and indelible portrait of German society. Along with Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, and George Grosz, artist Christian Schad is central to any appreciation of this fascinating period in both art and history.

Schad is a contradictory character. For all his icy-cool realism, Schad\\\'s mesmerizing paintings are characterized by an intense engagement with his models. While he is best known as a realist, he is also credited by the Dadaists as the inventor of abstract photograms, or \\\"Schadographs.\\\"