Karl Schmidt-Rottluff

(German, 1884 - 1976)

head of a woman by karl schmidt-rottluff

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff

Head of a Woman, 1915

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woman with her arms crossed by karl schmidt-rottluff

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff

Woman with her Arms Crossed, 1913

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Biografie

Chronologie

1884
Born, Chemnitz
1905
Co-founder, with E. Heckel, E.L. Kirchner, F. Bleyl of the artist group "Brücke"
Brücke Museum, Berlin, Germany, inaugural opening
Studied architecture, Polytechnical University, Dresden, Germany
1931
Member of the Prussian Academy, Berlin, Germany
1933
Resigned from Prussian Academy, Berlin, Germany
1937
608 Schmidt-Rottluff paintings seized from German museums by the Nazi Third Reich
1941
Defamed as a “degenerate” artist and was prohibited from exhibiting
1943
Berlin Studio bombed by Nazi's
1947
Professor, University of Arts in Berlin-Charlottenburg, Germany
1976
Died, Berlin, Germany

Ausstellungen

2011
Sommergäste. Von Arp bis Werefkin - Die Klassische Moderne in Mecklenburg und Pommern, Staatliches Museum Schwerin, Germany
2010 - 2011
Landschaften und Stillleben, Saarlandmuseum Saarbrücken, Germany
2003
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Galerie Maulberger, Munich, Germany
1911
First solo exhibition at the Galerie Commeter, Hamburg, Germany
Tate Modern, London, England
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York, New York