Pippelya is a virtuoso master of late Impressionism.

Otto Pippel

Пиппелья - виртуозный мастер позднего импрессионизма

(1878 Lodz - 1960 Planegg) Landscape with Established Trees and Stone Bridge over a River Late Impressionistic, executed with virtuosic loose brushstrokes and in spatula technique, work by Pippel, who found his motifs outside of Munich, especially in Upper Bavaria, the Alpine lakes, and Tuscany. Pippel studied, among others, at the Academy in Karlsruhe with Julius Hugo Bergmann and Friedrich Fehr, and with Gotthardt Kuehl in Dresden; a formative experience for him was a trip to Paris in 1908, where he directly encountered the art of the French Impressionists. In 1909, Pippel settled in Planegg near Munich, and in 1912, he joined the Munich Artists' Association "Luitpoldgruppe" and exhibited paintings for the first time in the Munich Glass Palace in the same year. Pippel was supported by the influential Munich gallery owner Franz Josef Brakl, who also exhibited works by Franz Marc, Oskar Kokoschka, Van Gogh, and artists of the artist group "Die Scholle". Oil on cardboard. Signed. 36 cm x 42 cm. Framed.

16 May 2024

481 700,00



Author Otto Pippel

Style Impressionism

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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