Max Liebermann:
Picture "Rider in Zoo" (1920) in a frame

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Max Liebermann:
Picture "Rider in Zoo" (1920) in a frame

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ars mundi exclusive edition | limited, 499 exemplars | serially numbered | certificate | reproduction, giclée on canvas | wedge frame | museum framing | format 78 x 65 cm

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Max Liebermann: Picture "Rider in Zoo" (1920) in a frame

Liebermann's "Rider in Zoo" is basically an urban subject, however, is displays a scene of a leisure area in the middle of Berlin. Here, the earthly brown and saturated green shades of nature are clearly dominating. The contours are dissolving and both figures on horseback almost disappear in the forest flooded in shimmery light.

Original: Oil on canvas. Kunstsalon Franke, Köln.

Fine art giclée on 100% cotton art canvas. Fine art giclée on art canvas of 100% cotton, stretched on a wooden wedge frame (adjustable with wedges for subsequent stretching). In hand-made noble solid wood antique gold with green framing. Limited edition, 499 exemplars, with serially numbered certificate on the backside. Format 78 x 65 cm. ars mundi exclusive edition.

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Max Liebermann with Lovis Corinth and Max Slevogt, formed the triumvirate of German Impressionism and his life with numerous honors was considered. Through his commitment, unpretentious simplicity art to the life and work of the ordinary people, Lieberman had to compete for first of all recognition.

A celebrated painter of the turn of the century Liebermann was only when he addressed himself increasingly motifs and scenes from the life of the upper middle class. Since 1897 he was Professor of the Royal Academy and member of the jury of the Academy exhibitions. In 1899 he founded the Berlin Secession and made it the most important German art institution. 1920 Liebermann President of the Prussian Academy and in 1932 its Honorary President.

Due to his Jewish ancestry, he was ostracized and forced to resign from all offices by the Nazis. When he saw the torch parade on the occasion of Hitler's seizure of power by the window of his apartment at the Brandenburg Gate, Liebermann said: “I cannot eat as much as I want to throw up." He died after a long illness at the age of 87 in 1935.

For Max Liebermann, nature was always also a made by people (and of them inhabited) paradise. He found his motifs in gardens, parks and civic places of entertainment. Lieberman is a master of the staged light, he - often through a canopy is often broken - dropping on his scenes. The single, penetrating to the floor beams which have entered as "Liebermannsche sun-spots" in the history of art are distinctive.

Giclée = derived from the French verb gicler meaning "to squirt, spray".

Giclée method is a digital printing process. It is a high-resolution, large-format printout on an inkjet printer with special different coloured or pigment-based inks (usually six to twelve). The colours are light-fast, that is, resistant to harmful UV light. They have a high richness of nuance, contrast and saturation.

The Giclée process is suitable for real art canvas, handmade and watercolor paper and for silk.