The Kirchner Estate Exh: Der Cicerone, XII,p. Kornfeld, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner: Nachzeichnung seines Lebens, Bernep.
The Kirchner Estate Exh: Der Cicerone, XII,p.
Kornfeld, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner: Nachzeichnung seines Lebens, Bernep. Contrasting two artworks Biennial Report —82,p. In they were also joined by Pechstein.
Nude bathing and a relaxed, communal lifestyle provided the subject matter for several paintings and drawings by Kirchner, of which the Tate's picture is the largest.
It has an extremely close connection with figure paintings of this period, in the bodily postures as well as in the manner of painting, i.
Compare, for example, in the —80 Kirchner centenary catalogue [op. Kirchner mixed his colours with white much more than beforewhich gives them a milky character recalling ice cream. The reworking of this picture relates to the new paintings of female bathers in the open air which Kirchner painted in the second half of the twenties, comparable also to photographs of naked women at the water's edge which he took at that time.
They were always the same flat, scarcely moulded wooden frames, which Kirchner would then paint in bronze colours, usually with a green tone.
I cannot say when Kirchner first used this frame in Davos. Until now no one has researched this systematically. I have a superficial impression that he could not have used this type of frame before —5, but I have no precise evidence. By overpainting it Kirchner has made the figure entirely remote.
I have no time for this. In the present repainted state of the picture they are certainly no longer recognisable, and it is not in the spirit of Kirchner's painting that one should look for them there.
The most significant changes occur in the two standing figures in front of the tree at the left of the painting, one male discussed by Grisebach abovethe other female engaged in removing her white petticoat. The male figure originally had his back turned to the spectator and was also apparently undressing, his head inclined to the lady at his side, who faced the spectator but with her head bent likewise towards her male companion.
The squatting figure beneath them in the final state is a later addition which obscures the lower half of the man's body. Part of a letter from Kirchner expressing his delight at the news is printed in the centenary exhibition catalogue op.
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Artwork page for ‘Bathers at Moritzburg’, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, From to Kirchner and other members of the Brücke group spent part of each summer at the Moritzburg Lakes near Dresden. Their relaxed, communal lifestyle and nude bathing reflected a cult of nature that was growing in Germany at the time.
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