Exhibition poster with the work, Mädchenbildnis - Portrait of a Young Girl, (1908), by the German artist, Gabriele Münter (1877-1962). The poster was released in conjunction with Louisiana's 2018 exhibition featuring Gabriele Münter, one of the most important German Impressionists.
The work, Portrait of a Young Girl, is almost modeled on surfaces of color and belongs to the color experiment that also occupied the abstract painter Wassily Kandinsky and the Die Brücke painters in the first decade of the 20th century.
Before Gabriele Münter began to paint, she had already started to photograph around 1900 – the first time on a trip to the USA. With the camera in hand, she began to capture and maintain "the world", but soon she began to paint almost daily and continued on that path throughout her life.
Gabriele Münter was an open and experimental artist with an international network. During the First World War she stayed in Stockholm and in Copenhagen, where in 1918 she had her artistic breakthrough with her first major solo exhibition at Den Frie in Copenhagen with 100 paintings, 20 stained glass windows, etchings and murals.
In her 60-year artistic career created Gabriele Münter over 2000 paintings, several thousand drawings, watercolours, stained glass, graphic magazines and around 1200 photographs.
Dimensions: 59.4 x 84.1 cm
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Frame: 12 mm.
Material: Frame in solid oak and with high-quality acrylic glass.
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