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Ludwig Stand Tramway Tram Blind Munich Weimar Republic George Grosz 1925

Ludwig Stand Tramway Tram Blind Munich Weimar Republic George Grosz 1925
Ludwig Stand Tramway Tram Blind Munich Weimar Republic George Grosz 1925
Ludwig Stand Tramway Tram Blind Munich Weimar Republic George Grosz 1925

Ludwig Stand Tramway Tram Blind Munich Weimar Republic George Grosz 1925

Ludwig Stand Tramway Tram Blind Munich Weimar Republic George Grosz 1925. The description of this item has been automatically translated. Bock, Ludwig (born 1886 in Munich - 1971 there): "In the Tramway" original oil painting on thin cardboard approx. 65x50cm mounted on canvas; monogrammed and dated "(19)25" upper right. Dimensions in the elaborately crafted wooden frame 80x63cm.

Ludwig Bock began his artistic training at the private academy with Heinrich Knirr. Under the instructions of Bernhard Buttersack he developed into a landscape painter in Haimhausen near Munich. In 1906 he was admitted to the Munich Academy and became a master student of Heinrich von Zügel. His first exhibition took place in 1908 as part of the Secession.

In the years that followed, he also exhibited in the Thannhauser, Brakl and Heinemann galleries, which are well-known beyond Munich. In 1908 and 1909 he received the bronze and silver medals from the Munich Academy.

A trip to Paris in 1913, where he studied French modernism, such as works by Matisse and Cézanne, had a lasting influence on him. In the years that followed, like many of his well-known classmates, he clearly broke away from the style of his teacher Zügel and developed an expressive style of painting based on sharp contours and bright colors. In 1917 the artist became a member of the secession. Since 1918, regular exhibitions have followed in the Munich Glass Palace and in numerous other German cities. In 1920, Bock's first painting was bought by the Bavarian State Painting Collections, and more were to follow.

In 1927 he received the title of professor. From then on he almost exclusively created still lifes, which in his later years were based on the painting style of Carl Schuch. In 1929 he received the Rome Prize of Villa Massimo (German Academy Rome Villa Massimo).

After the end of the war, Bock was involved in the reestablishment of the Munich Secession and regularly exhibited there. In 1952 he received the art prize of the city of Munich. In the years that followed, like many of his well-known classmates, he clearly broke away from t. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "queenlui1" and is located in this country: DE.

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  • Size: Mittel (bis 100cm)
  • Country: Germany
  • sales unit: Individual Work
  • Listed By: Art Dealer
  • Date of Creation: 1925
  • Originality: Unicum Handmade Original
  • Material: Canvas
  • Handmade: Yes
  • Time Period: 1900-1949
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original
  • Motif: Menschen in Tramway
  • Production Technique: Oil Painting
  • Subject: Leisure, People, Travel, Fashion, Country, Cities
  • Height (cm): 80
  • Style: Expressionism
  • Properties: Autographed, Certificate Of Authenticity
  • Width (cm): 63
  • Artist: Ludwig Buck
  • Type: Painting
  • Brand: Unbranded


Ludwig Stand Tramway Tram Blind Munich Weimar Republic George Grosz 1925