Zeyler is a great Impressionist from Brittany.

Julius Sailer


Zeyler is a great Impressionist from Brittany.

(1873 Munich - 1958 ibid) Plowing Farmer of Brittany, executed with broad, impulsive strokes virtuosically translated motif. Seyler, who was trained at the Munich Academy by Ludwig Schmid-Reutte, Wilhelm von Diez, and Heinrich von Zügel, developed a distinctive, personal late Impressionistic style. In 1907, the Thannhauser Gallery first exhibited Seyler's paintings, and has regularly showcased him since 1911. In 1913, his works were shown in the legendary Armory Show in New York. In 1912, Seyler traveled to Paris and Brittany, where he was impressed by the works of Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, and Paul Cézanne. In the 1920s, Seyler was able to build on his pre-war successes, receiving the title of professor at the academy. He was honored with a monograph and special exhibition at the Munich Glass Palace. Oil on cardboard. Verso label of the Thannhauser Gallery, Berlin (1927-1937), with an additional label titled "Plowing Farmer of Brittany". 44.5 cm x 69.5 cm. Framed. Signed.

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