Gabriele Münter:
Painting "Jawlensky and Werefkin" (1909), Framed


Gabriele Münter:
Painting "Jawlensky and Werefkin" (1909), Framed

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Reproduction on LuxoArt velvet paper |Framed | Mat | Format ca. 54,5 x 66 cm (H/W)

Gabriele Münter: Painting "Jawlensky and Werefkin" (1909), Framed

Gabriele Muenter and his that time partner Wassily Kandinsky spent a lot of time with the couple of artist Jawlnsky and Werefkin in the northern Bayern city of Murnau. Besides the numerous paintings, Murnau is famous as the source of inspiration of the formation "The Blue Knight."

Original: oil on cardboard. Munich, Municipal Gallery in Lenbachhaus.

4-color reproduction on LuxoArt velvet paper. Motif size 32 x 43.5 cm (H/W). Framed in solid silver wood frame with bevel cut mat. Size approx 54.5 x 66 cm (H/W). © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2017.

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Gabriele Munter (1877-1962) was a painter of Expressionism. She was a member of the new artists Association Munich, and did not belong to the Blue Rider movement. Gabriele Munter was known also as a life companion of Wassily Kandinsky. She saved part of her works in the war and the post-war period and made them later available to the public along with her artist friend’s pictures of the Blue Rider.

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