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Josef Sadler Garden Impressionism New York Munich Lenbachhaus Degenerate Art

Josef Sadler Garden Impressionism New York Munich Lenbachhaus Degenerate Art
Josef Sadler Garden Impressionism New York Munich Lenbachhaus Degenerate Art

Josef Sadler Garden Impressionism New York Munich Lenbachhaus Degenerate Art

Josef Sadler Garden Impressionism New York Munich Lenbachhaus Degenerate Art. The description of this item has been automatically translated. Scharl, Josef (1896 in Munich - 1954 in New York). "Orchard" original oil painting on canvas ca. Scharl" and dated "1920 lower left.

The dimensions in the elaborately crafted and gilded wooden frame of the renowned. Munich specialist workshop Petzenhammer are 72x87cm. Original painting oil on canvas approx. 50x56cm; bottom left signed Jos.

Dimensions of the leaf-gilt wooden frame of the Munich professional workshop Petzenhammer 72x87cm. The picture is shown in the catalog raisonné published by Andrea Firmenich in 1999 under number 16a and in Weltkunst, issue 11/1989 on page 1679. Before World War I, in which he was wounded, Josef Scharl received training as a decorative painter. In 1919 he began studying painting at the Munich Academy with Heinrich von Zügel and Angelo Jank. He joins the artists' associations "Neue Münchner Sezession" and the "Juryfreie".

As early as 1929 he had a breakthrough with a solo exhibition at the Juryfreie. He received the Dürer Prize from the city of Nuremberg. The Lenbachhaus buys Scharl's paintings.

From 1933, when the National Socialists seized power, Scharl's artistic situation deteriorated considerably. His paintings are shown in "degenerate art" exhibitions. Bucking the general trend, he is represented by the gallery owners Franke in Munich and kidney village in Berlin. The last important exhibition for his international reputation took place in Amsterdam in 1935. In 1938 he emigrated to New York.

A circle of friends, including Albert Einstein, supported him. The years 1944-46 mark the peak of his fame in America. In 1944 Kurt Wolff edited "Grimm's Fairy Tales" with 212 illustrations by Josef Scharl in his publishing house Pantheon and in 1945 Albert Stifter's "Bergkristall" with 18 illustrations. The last important exhibition for his international reputation. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings".

The seller is "queenlui1" and is located in this country: DE. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Size: Mittel (bis 100cm)
  • Country: Germany
  • sales unit: Individual Work
  • Listed By: Art Dealer
  • Date of Creation: 1920
  • Originality: Unicum Handmade Original
  • Material: Canvas
  • Handmade: Yes
  • Time Period: 1900-1949
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
  • Motif: Fruit Orchard
  • Production Technique: Oil Painting
  • Subject: Country, Cities, Nature, Landscape
  • Height (cm): 87
  • Style: Impressionism
  • Properties: Autographed, Certificate Of Authenticity
  • Width (cm): 72
  • Artist: Josef Sadler
  • Type: Painting
  • Brand: Unbranded

Josef Sadler Garden Impressionism New York Munich Lenbachhaus Degenerate Art