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Written in English

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Edition Notes

StatementSabine Rewald
ContributionsBeckmann, Max, 1884-1950, Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsND588.B37 A4 2016
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 148 pages
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27226736M
ISBN 101588396002
ISBN 109781588396006
LC Control Number2016029443
OCLC/WorldCa945719079

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  Max Beckmann in New York by Sabine Rewald, Hardcover | Barnes & Noble® An up close and personal look at the life and work of a major 20th-century artist The prominent German Expressionist painter Max Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events HelpBrand: Yale University Press.   Presenting a mesmerizing portrait of one of the 20th century’s most enigmatic and challenging artists, Max Beckmann in New York features beautiful reproductions of Beckmann’s remarkable artworks, accompanied by an engaging essay by acclaimed art historian Sabine Rewald that contextualizes his paintings and provides insight into his tumultuous life. This revealing book focuses on the works produced during Beckmann’s final years and other pieces by the artist now found in New York collections. Throughout his prolific career, Beckmann maintained a firm loyalty to representational painting, asserting his purpose to “get hold of the magic of reality and to transfer this reality into. Used Books; Digital Audiobooks; Recommended. Staff Recommended; Suggestions for Kids; Fiction Suggestions; Non-Fiction Suggestions; Reading Lists; Top ; Events. Upcoming Virtual Events; Ticketed Virtual Events; Science Book Talks; Event Archive; Max Beckmann in New York.

In December , the German Expressionist Max Beckmann set out from his Manhattan apartment to see his Self-Portrait in Blue Jacket, on view at The Met, when he suffered a fatal heart attack. Inspired by the poignant circumstances of the artist’s death, Max Beckmann in New York focuses on 40 beautifully illustrated works that Beckmann painted in the city during the last 16 months of his. This volume is the catalogue that accompanied the large Beckmann retrospective arranged by the Tate Modern in London and the Museum of Modern Art in New York and presented at the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris from September to January , at the Tate Modern from February to May , and at the MoMA from June to September /5(14). Presenting a mesmerizing portrait of one of the 20th century's most enigmatic and challenging artists, Max Beckmann in New York features beautiful reproductions of Beckmann's remarkable artworks, accompanied by an engaging essay by acclaimed art historian Sabine Rewald that contextualizes his paintings and provides insight into his tumultuous life."--Publisher's description.   Book Review – Max Beckmann in New York. Written by Sabine Rewald and published by Yale University Press, this catalogue accompanies the eponymous exhibition held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Fifth Avenue, 16 October February ; pages with color reproductions of all the paintings from the exhibition plus other Beckmann works, numerous archival photographs, and.

  From our colleagues at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, here’s a great interview between Rachel High, Publishing and Marketing Assistant in the Met’s editorial department, and Sabine Rew. Inspired by the poignant circumstances of the artist's death, Max Beckmann in New York focuses on 40 beautifully illustrated works that Beckmann painted in the city during the last 16 months of his life, as well as earlier works in New York collections. An informative and accessible essay by acclaimed art historian Sabine Rewald, as well as detailed catalogue entries for each work and generous excerpts Brand: The Met Store. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Max Beckmann in New York at Max Beckmann In New York by Rewald, Sabine "The prominent German Expressionist painter Max Beckmann () is known for allegorical, autobiographical works that capture the doom and grotesquerie of World War I and the subsequent rise of Nazism.