Louisiana print with the work, Illust Haus Nr. 9, (1921), House no. 9 , by the German artist, Anton Räderscheidt, (1892-1970). The poster is published in 2022 in connection with Louisiana's exhibition about Germany in the 1920s, The Cold Eye. Anton Räderscheidt depicts human figures without faces, in empty and impersonal urban environments. Expressionism's strong colors and vivid technique turn into a smoother production with matte colors.
In 1920s Germany, the artists in the period's artistic direction, Neue Sachlichkeit, seek to capture modern everyday life and to portray people's lives and work in a realistic and sober way, often purged of sensitive empathy and ranging from the crass and satirical to the razor sharp, almost clinical.
While Expressionist art cultivated the individual, the ideal of the 1920s becomes standardization. The special is erased in favor of standardized models, prototypes and simple forms that can be reproduced.
Dimensions: 29.7 cm x 42 cm
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Material: Frame in solid oak and with high-quality acrylic glass.
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