Max Pechstein:
Painting "Sunset Leba Harbor" (1926), Framed

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Max Pechstein:
Painting "Sunset Leba Harbor" (1926), Framed

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ars mundi special edition | Limited, 199 copies | Numbered | Reproduction on Buetten | Framed | Mat | Glazed | Format ca. 38 x 44 cm (H/W)

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Max Pechstein: Painting "Sunset Leba Harbor" (1926), Framed

The 1926 painting "Sunset Leba Harbor" was already popular as a drawing. It shows the harbor as a place of protection and security, but at the same time the reflection of the setting sun on the water surface looks like a way out - in this way the motif gains a deeper, symbolic meaning; The port is home and departure at the same time.

oil on canvas, a loan from the private property, Pomeranian State Museum, © 2017 Pechstein Hamburg/Tokendorf.

High-quality reproduction on thick Hahnemuehle paper. Framed in the handmade solid wood frame with a mat, glazed. Limited edition 199 copies, numbered on the back side. Format approx. 38 x 44 cm (H/W). arsmundi special edition.

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Max Pechstein (1881-1955) is considered to be one of the most important representatives of German Expressionism and the "bridge". As a successful graduate of the Academy, he joined in the spring of 1906, the legendary artist group founded the previous year by Kirchner, Schmidt-Rottluff and Heckel and Bleyl. Pechstein's "Red House officials" was auctioned at Sotheby's for 419.000 British Pounds in 1999.

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