"Premonition" - original title.

Friedrich Karl Gottsch


"Premonition" - original title.

(1900 Pries b. Kiel - 1984 Schleswig) "Premonition". Original title. Painted with a furious, broad brushstroke, this artwork depicts a beach scene with bathing female nudes and a contemplative man. It is part of a series of beach paintings created in 1966. Gotch, who was influenced by the "Brücke" painters and Edvard Munch, attended the Dresden Academy in 1920 and studied as a master student under Oskar Kokoschka from 1921 to 1923. In the "Third Reich," Gotch was considered one of the persecuted modern artists, and his studio and almost his entire oeuvre were destroyed in Berlin. In 1945/46, he founded an art school and a branch of the "Baukreis" in St. Peter-Ording, where he also taught until its closure in 1951. In 1962, Gotch received the Villa Romana Prize in Florence, and in 1967, he was an honorary guest at the Villa Massimo in Rome. Oil on canvas. Signed and titled on the reverse, with the artist's monogram and the date "F.K. Gotch Premonition (1932) Reprise 1966". 95 cm x 95 cm. Framed. Listed in the catalog raisonné Goeritz/Leuba, No. 767.

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26 Mar 2024

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Author Friedrich Karl Gottsch

Style Impressionism

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