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HANS BALUSCHEK, 1870-1935. Staatliche Kunsthalle, Berlin, 1991. Organized in association with Markisches Museum, Berlin, and Brohan-Museum, Berlin. 240 pp. with 230 ills. (63 col.). 30 x 21 cm. LC 92-178628 In German.
Documenting an exhibition of nearly 300 drawings, prints and paintings produced by Baluschek from the 1890s to the 1930s, this catalogue provides the first full examination of the work of the Berliner Sezession artist, whose depictions of urban scenes and the lives of the proletariat formed a bridge from 19th-century realism to the Neue Sachlichkeit. Seven substantial essays present an overview of Baluschek's career and the cultural milieu of turn-of-the-century Berlin, discussing the political and social issues central to the artist's oeuvre, his representations of women and the working class, and his treatment of themes of death, hardship and mourning.
Artist(s):Baluschek, Hans
Indexing: Western, Europe — Germany — 1900-1945 — Several Media
Plans: 02,03
Worldwide Number: 023118
Paperbound $29.50    

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