"Keller-Roittingen: Nature's Motives and Contrasts in Art"

Paul Wilhelm Keller-Röitlingen


"Keller-Roittingen: Nature's Motives and Contrasts in Art"

(1854 Reutlingen - 1920 Munich) (1854 Reutlingen - 1920 Munich) Peasant Girl Herding a Flock of Geese by a River and a Farmhouse in the Evening Light Style - a motif typical of the artist, whose depiction is characterized by intense, fresh, vibrant color accents and strong, impactful light contrasts. Keller-Reutlingen, who studied in Stuttgart and Munich, was particularly fascinated by motifs such as farmyards and peasant girls as duck or goose herders, due to their deep emotional content and the possibility to portray atmosphere, light, and color in a single painting. In addition to exhibiting his works in the Glass Palace, he also showed his paintings in the Munich Secession, of which he was a founding member in 1893. Oil on canvas; signed; 40.5 cm x 60.5 cm. Framed.

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24 Apr 2024

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Author Paul Wilhelm Keller-Röitlingen

Style Landscape

Lot location Moscow ( 77 )

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