Fritz Overbeck:
Picture "Birches in Worpswede"

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Fritz Overbeck:
Picture "Birches in Worpswede"

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Limited 990 pieces | Numbered | Reproduction, giclée on canvas | Stretcher | Model framing | Size: 84 x 60 cm

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Fritz Overbeck: Picture "Birches in Worpswede"

How much scenery can characterize the work of a painter, it is perhaps the South of France in the late works of Vincent van Gogh's most famous example. Sometimes this is true even for a whole group of artists: Otto Modersohn, Paula Becker, Fritz Mackensen and here with his "Birches of Worpswede" represented Fritz Overbeck (1869-1909) from the artist colony Worpswede worked their obsessively close to the impressive landscape of the devil Moors Bremen from.

However, the subject matter as such does not even abschildern a geographical model exactly. Sometimes dominates the allure of free composition according to their own aesthetic ideas.

Original: Landesmuseum Oldenburg.

Dietz Edition Giclée on high quality 100% cotton canvas , traditionally stretched on a wooden frame. So the picture in case of possible variations of ambient temperature and humidity can be tightened. Limited edition 990 pieces, numbered in back. In high-quality model framing, size 84 x 60 cm.

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