Hans am Ende:
Painting "Spring in Worpswede" (1900), Framed


Hans am Ende:
Painting "Spring in Worpswede" (1900), Framed


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Limited, 990 copies | Numbered | Reproduction, giclee on canvas | On a stretcher | Framed | Format 75 x 75 cm


Hans am Ende: Painting "Spring in Worpswede" (1900), Framed

The prominent German impressionist and landscapist Hans am Ende (1864-1918) in 1889 left for Worpswede and together with Fritz Mackensen and Otto Modersohn belonged to the founders of the legendary artist colony. His paintings were different from those by his friends because of their lightness. These masterpiece paintings speak of the spring mood int he idyllic landscape of Worpswede.
Original: 1900, Oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm, Worpswede Art Hall of Friedrich Netzel.

The renowned Dietz-Offizin is famous for the authentic reproduction of masterful paintings on high-quality artist canvas. This modern giclée edition is created with special lightfast colors, which have a high degree of nuance, contrast, and saturation. The same care and attention to detail, the collectors and lovers of the Dietz-Offizin know.

Original Dietz giclee on canvas. Mounted on the stretcher. Limited edition of only 990 copies, numbered on the back. Framed in the high-quality solid wood strip. Format 75 x 75 cm.

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In 1889, the "Artists Worpswede" was founded by Hans am Ende, Fritz Mackensen, Otto Modersohn, Fritz Overbeck, Heinrich Vogeler and Carl Vinnen. The participation in the exhibition of the Munich artist cooperative in 1895 brought awards and thus the artistic breakthrough of the small group.

Hans is born on the 31.12.1864 in Trier, he became a student at the end of 1884 to 89 with a two-year break at the Munich Academy. The personal acquaintance with Fritz Mackensen, who had discovered the unknown village in the Devil's Moor North of Bremen by accident-induced end to settle down in 1889 permanently in Worpswede.

At the end, Hans has mainly on the subject brightly coloured pictures of the bog area . Here, he was away from the academic art world and found an immediately compelling nature experience. He captured in his pictures the harsh landscape of beautiful delicate nature.

The Swiss mountains - where he spent the last years of his life - becomes the motivic core of his late work. He died in 1918.

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