"The image of a windmill in the style of Noye Zakhlitkayt."

Edward Dollershel


"The image of a windmill in the style of Noye Zakhlitkayt."

(1887 Wuppertal-Elberfeld - 1946 Wülfrath) Windmill representation in the style of the Neue Sachlichkeit. Dollerschell belongs to the group of artists known as the "Lost Generation." He received his artistic training, among others, at the Munich Art Academy under Angelo Jank and Franz von Stuck, and since 1912 in Paris. There he encountered Wilhelm Lehmbruck and in 1912, for the first time, exhibited his "Young Parisian" at the Salon d'Automne. After World War I, Dollerschell moved to Wuppertal, where he lived for several years in Paris since 1927. After 1933, many of his works were deemed "degenerate" and removed from public art collections. A large part of his oeuvre was destroyed in a bombing raid on Wuppertal in 1943, gouache/paper. Signed and dated (19)27. Tears to the upper margin. 45 cm x 37 cm (cut-out of passe-partout). Original frame. Provenance: From the collection of an employee of the Von der Heydt Museum and close friend of Mia Dollerschell, the artist's widow; subsequently passed down in the family. Gouache on paper. Signed and dated (19)27. Tears to the upper margin. Original frame.

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07 Jul 2024

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Author Edward Dollershel

Style Landscape

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