"Expressionist work by Dollershella in a small Dutch city"

Edward Dollershel


"Expressionist work by Dollershella in a small Dutch city"

(1887 Wuppertal-Elberfeld - 1946 Wülfrath) View of a small Dutch town, expressionistic work by Dollerschells, a rediscovered artist of the so-called Lost Generation. He received his artistic training, among others, at the Munich Art Academy under Angelo Jank and Franz von Stuck, since 1912 in Paris. There he met Wilhelm Lehmbruck, and in 1912 he presented his "Young Parisian" for the first time at the Salon d'Automne. After World War I, Dollerschell moved to Wuppertal, in 1923 he gained further recognition through a major article about him in "Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration". Since 1927, Dollerschell lived again for several years in Paris. After 1933, many of his works were deemed "degenerate" and removed from public art collections in Germany. A large part of his oeuvre was destroyed in a bombing raid on Wuppertal in 1943. Gouache on paper, laid down on cardboard. Signed and dated (19)27. Dimensions: 37.5 cm x 45.5 cm (representation). Framed. Provenance: From the collection of an employee of the Von der Heydt Museum and close friend of Mia Dollerschell, the artist's widow; subsequently in family possession.

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CountryGermany

Year1927

Author Edward Dollershel

Размер37,5 см x 45,5 см

Style Impressionism

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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