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apocalyptic landscapes of Ludwig Meidner
Carol S. Eliel
|Statement||Carol S. Eliel, with a contribution by Eberhard Roters ; [text by Eberhard Roters translated by David Britt].|
|Contributions||Meidner, Ludwig, 1884-1966., Roters, Eberhard., Los Angeles County Museum of Art., Berlinische Galerie.|
|LC Classifications||N6888.M419 A4 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||89008264|
: ludwig meidner. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Basket. All. Meidner would, however, never repeat the intensity and creativity of the apocalyptic the First World War he turned to producing religious paintings including a long and repetitive series of portraits of "prophets". He was an habitual self portraitist producing a .
Ludwig Meidner (18 April – 14 May ) was a German expressionist painter and printmaker born in Bernstadt, Silesia. He was apprenticed to a stonemason, but the apprenticeship was not completed. He studied at the Royal School of Art in Breslau and, from to at the Académie Julian and Cormon Academies in Paris where he met and became friends with Amedeo Modigliani. . Ludwig Meidner (18 April – 14 May ) was a German expressionist painter and printmaker born in Bernstadt, was apprenticed to a stonemason, but the apprenticeship was not completed. He studied at the Royal School of Art in Breslau and, from to at the Julien and Cormon Academies in Paris where he met and became friends with Amedeo Modigliani.
Ludwig Meidner was a German expressionist painter and printmaker born in Bernstadt, Silesia. Ludwig Meidner – German In he returned to Berlin, and in about he began to paint visionary and apocalyptic scenes that gave him a reputation as ‘the most *Expressionist of the Expressionists’ (Apocalyptic Landscape, , Los Angeles County Museum of Art). At the same time he began a period of prolific and equally.
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Apocalyptic Landscape Date: Artist: Ludwig Meidner German, About this artwork. Here Ludwig Meidner depicted the ruptured landscapes of Germany in anticipation of the destruction of World War I. The energetic line work, so intense that the paper is torn in places from the aggressive movement of the pen, highlights the anxious.
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Ludwig Meidner, (born ApBernstadt, Silesia, Germany [now in Bierutów, Poland]—diedDarmstadt, West Germany), German artist and writer associated with Expressionism and known for his dark, tension-filled urban landscapes and portraits. After he spent two years as an apprentice to a bricklayer, Meidner left home in to study at the Königliche Kunstschule.
Ludwig Meidner (18 April – 14 May ) was a German expressionist painter and printmaker born in Bernstadt, Silesia. Meidner is best known for his painted, drawn, and printed portraits and landscapes. The thesis examines the apocalyptic landscape paintings of Ludwig Meidner (), executed in Berlin between the years of and Meidner was an early adherent of the early generation of Expressionism.
His creative project is, therefore, explored within the broader paradigm of German Expressionism. The apocalyptic landscapes are. Carol S. Eliel The Apocalyptic Landscapes of Ludwig Meidner The oil paintings of those prewar years, especially those from /13, have remained my best and most characteristic work to date and made my name known m later years.
^ All translations from the Gernnan are by the author unless otherwise noted- 1 Meidner to Franz Landsberger.
From Cubism to Futurism to the Russian avant-garde, the first decade of the 20th century saw a burgeoning artistic creativity seize the European continent al. Get this from a library. The apocalyptic landscapes of Ludwig Meidner.
[Carol S Eliel; Ludwig Meidner; Eberhard Roters; Los Angeles County Museum of Art.; Berlinische Galerie.]. Apocalyptic Landscape by artist Ludwig Meidner is quite an intriguing and meaningful piece.
Out of all of the paintings, sculptures, and media pieces I viewed at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), this piece by Meidner spoke to me the most.
Was also active as a writer, publishing articles in left-wing journals as well as two books combining his own prose poems and illustrations in and As a Jew, suffered extensive persecution by Nazis.
The Apocalyptic Landscapes of Ludwig Meidner. Exh. cat. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Miesel, Victor H. Ludwig. Ludwig Meidner: | | ||| | Untitled |lithograph| by Ludwig Meidner from the World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias.
Painter and printmaker Ludwig Meidner was born in Bernstadt, Germany (today Bierutów, Poland), in As a young man, following the advice of his parents, he undertook an apprenticeship with a stonemason, but eventually left his position to study at the Königliche Kunstschule (Royal School of Art) in Breslau (now Wroclaw) for about two years beginning inbefore ultimately relocating.
Ludwig Meidner. Bernstadt/Schlesien - Darmstadt Following his parents' wishes the young Ludwig Meidner began an apprenticeship as a stone mason, which he did not finish. Instead he was admitted to the Breslau "Kunst- und Kunstgewerbeschule". Two and a half years later he left the school and moved to Berlin.
Between and Ludwig Meidner executed a series of paintings called Apocalyptic Landscapes that presented urban scenes as images of fragmented series was both a reaction to political events occurring in Berlin and to contemporary artistic exhibitions in.
Many graves and burned cities writhed across the plains" (quoted in The Apocalyptic Landscapes of Ludwig Meidner, op. cit., p. 65). In the present work, the city under the night sky is illuminated by two volcanic explosions of red and orange flames, like the tails of meteors or comets illuminating the tumultuous cityscape.
Get this from a library. The apocalyptic landscapes of Ludwig Meidner. [Ludwig Meidner; Carol S Eliel; Eberhard Roters; Berlinische Galerie.; Los Angeles County Museum of Art.].
The apocalyptic landscapes of Ludwig Meidner: [exhibition organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, October 12 - Decem and at the Berlinische Galerie, Berlin, February 1 - April 8, ] Item Preview. The apocalyptic landscapes of Ludwig Meidner by Carol S. Eliel,Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Prestel, Distributed in the USA and Canada by the Neues Pub.
Co. edition, in EnglishCited by: 2.Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Apocalyptic Landscapes of Ludwig Meidner at At the tender age of 28, German artist Ludwig Meidner began to paint the end of the world. Spending the years before World War I living in dire poverty in a Berlin studio described by a friend as.