Sale: 495 / Post War / Contemporary Art II, Dec. 07. 2019 in Munich Lot 118001302

 
118001302
Emil Schumacher
Ohne Titel, 1956.
Oil
Estimate:
€ 8,000 - 12,000

 
$ 8,800 - 13,200

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Lot description
Ohne Titel. 1956.
Oil on cardboard, on fiberboard.
Verso signed and dated as well as with direction arrow. 79 x 50 cm (31.1 x 19.6 in).

PROVENANCE: Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich.
Private collection Southern Germany.

EXHIBITION: Emil Schumacher und das Materialbild, Chapel Art Center, Hamburg February 6 - March 26, 1998; Galerie von Braunbehrens, Munich May 8 - July 24, 1998, cat. pp. 32-33, with color illu.

Essay
As of 1950 Schuhmacher's work underwent radical change. He abandoned the object as motif and made a decision in favor of the pure expresiveness of painting itself. The color became decisive compositional element. This biographic-artistic process took place in the light of a contemporary style strongly influenced by the French École de Paris, Tachism and American Action-Painting. While abstraction was an expression of the zeitgesit on the one hand, it also became the characteristic feature of Schumacher's signature style on the other. [FS].
 


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