2 edition of Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980) found in the catalog.
Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980)
|Contributions||Marlborough Gallery., Marlborough Fine Art (London) Limited.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
Oskar Kokoschka is a renowned and notable Austrian painter, author and graphic artist, whose psychoanalytical work has been celebrated as significant contributions to the movement of Expressionism. Kokoschka ranked amongst the prominent and . Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Oskar Kokoschka, Kokoschka, Oskar Kokoschka, , Das schriftliche Werk, Spur im Treibsand, Mein Leben, Londoner Ansichten, englische Landschaften, Jerusalem facesWritten works: Oskar Kokoschka: Letters
Although he is best known for his Expressionist portraits and landscapes, Oskar Kokoschka was a passionate painter of women. His portrait of his lover Alma Mahler, The Tempest (Bride of the Wind) is one of his most famous works. This intimate book explores Kokoschka's experiments with watercolor. Catalogue created on occasion of exhibition "Oskar Kokoschka. The Early Years: " at Serge Sabarsky Gallery in New York, New York from December through January Includes small, single-sided and printed white card as insert with text reading: "The works in this memorial exhibition are not for sale."From the Collection of the.
Oskar Kokoschka (Book): Schmalenbach, Fritz, Oskar Kokoschka was a leading figure of the Austrian Expressionist movement. He was not only a distinguished painter but also designed graphics works such as postcards, posters, and books, and was active as a poet and playwright. With the help of a government scholarship, Kokoschka was able to attend the Kunstgewerbeschule (School of Applied Arts), where he took classes with Carl Otto .
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Oskar Kokoschka: Early Portraits from Vienna and Berlin, I saw this book in the library of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York. I was impressed with the large number of color illustrations of the works of Oskar Kokoschka in a single book. There are plates, all of which are in color, and includes oil Cited by: 1.
Oskar Kokoschka was a prolific letter-writer for much of his long life, which spanned both World Wars and saw sweeping changes in art and society.
This volume contains letters addressed to Alma Mahler during their passionate love affair between andand to other women in his life/5. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Oskar Kokoschka books online.
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Oskar Kokoschka, a Life book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A good and concise picture of the life of Oskar Kokoschka. Consequently, though, the author does not quite delve all that deeply into the art itself. I would say this is more of an introduction to Kokoschka, and if it interests you, go read some other /5.
Oskar Kokoschka was born in in Pöchlarn, a small town on the Danube, kilometers west of Vienna. His father Gustav, from a German patrician family of goldsmiths, was a travelling salesman and, his mother Maria Romana (née Loidl) was a forester's daughter from the state of Born: Oskar Kokoschka was born on March 1, in Pochlarn, Austro-Hungarian Empire (present-day Pochlarn, Austria).
He was the son of Gustav Josef Kokoschka, a goldsmith, and Maria Romana Kokoschka. Oskar had a sister Berta and a brother Bohuslav. Education. When Oskar Kokoschka and his lover Alma Mahler came back to Vienna from a trip to Italy in the spring ofthe rebel artist painted the walls of his studio black and started working on The Tempest, or Bride of the Wind.
The painting is a storm of broad, thick brushstrokes on a deep blue background. Oskar Kokoschka Die träumenden Knaben (The Dreaming Boys) (prints executed ) Not on view This was intended by Kokoschka to be a children’s book, but the powerful Expressionist poem of sexual longing and suggestive images of dense forests, frolicking animals, and undulating waters teeming with jumping red fish are not typical.
Oskar Kokoschka, (born March 1,Pöchlarn, Austria—died FebruVilleneuve, Switzerland), Austrian painter and writer who was one of the leading exponents of his early portraits, gesture intensifies the psychological penetration of character; especially powerful among his later works are allegories of the artist’s emphatic humanism.
Get this from a library. Kokoschka. [Oskar Kokoschka; José María Faerna] -- A major figure in the Expressionist movement, Oskar Kokoschka () studied in Vienna, and early in his career was strongly influenced by Art Nouveau, particularly the elegant style of Gustav.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Biermann, Georg, Oskar Kokoschka.
Leipzig: Klinkhardt & Biermann, In Kokoschka takes on British Citizenship. Besides his activities as a painter, Oskar Kokoschka also wrote poetry.
He publishes his first poetry book "Die träumenden Knaben" (Dreaming Boys) infor which he also did the illustrations. Oskar^s exposure to his father^s craftsmanship, however, was said to play a large part in his art and enthusiasm for craftsmanship.
Ina book called The Dreaming Youths was published, and it featured illustrations by Kokoschka. They were done in a style that was indebted to Gustav Klimt, whose Secession group was going strong at the time.
Kokoschka: 'Saul and David' (A New Portfolio of Lithographs) and Other Graphics Including 'Le Bal Masque''The Frogs'with a Selection of Ils, Watercolours and Drawings O.
Oskar Kokoschka: Reiseskizzen aus Schottland und Wales Farbstift- und Farbkreidezeichnungen: Helmut Bichler, FotoeindrückeFotografien aus Schottland und Wales: Ausstellung der Oskar Kokoschka-Dokumentation Pöchlarn im Geburtshaus des Künstlers in Pöchlarn 5.
Juni bis September About this Item: Marlborough Fine Art Limited, London, UK, Soft cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. The catalogue for a superb exhibition of the works of Oskar Kokoschka, with an informative and moving essay by Wolfgang Fischer, in both English and German; the exhibition consisted of 80 oils, watercolours, coloured chalks, coloured pencils and five.
“Oskar Kokoschka (): memorial exhibition” 3 Copy quote The most fundamental in me is coming uppermost, and the transient, the sensational, is dispersing, because it can't adversely influence what is essential to me.
KOKOSCHKA, Oskar. Die Träumenden Knaben. 10 ff. Illustrated with 10 lithographs 8 in colour and 2 in black & white, by Oscar Kokoschka. 4to., x mm, bound in the second issue tan cloth binding by Kurt Wolff with lithographic label designed by Kokoschka on front cover, in a plain cardboard protective slipcase.
Vienna: Wiener Werkstätte, First and Only Edition of this remarkable Author: Oskar KOKOSCHKA.Painter, printmaker, dramatist. Performance of his early Expressionist play, Murderer, Hope of Women, at the Kunstschau exhibition scandalized been promoted early on by the Wiener Werkstätte, which published his fairy tale Die träumenden Knaben (The Dreaming Boys) inthe first of several books he wrote and illustrated.
But friendship with architect and critic Adolf Loos. On June 2, it will be years since the opening of the Kunstschau in Vienna- an international art exhibition which introduced Oskar Kokoschka to the Viennese public. On display for the first time was his illustrated book Die träumenden Knaben (The Dreaming Youths)- commissioned by the Wiener Werkstätte a year earlier.
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