vrijdag, november 16, 2018

Max Liebermann #7

Conrad Felixmüller: Bildnis Max Liebermann, 1926.

Felixmüller shows Liebermann in his studio. In his hands are a pencil and a sketchbook – perhaps the tools of the artist most likely to capture immediate inspiration. The studio should be a setting at which and artist is most at home, and most comfortable, yet the animated lines of Lieberman’s furrowed brow and drawn flesh of his eye sockets and cheeks create a tense and anxiety-ridden emotive quality typical of the German Expressionists.
(bron: skinner)

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