Like Kokoschka, the Expressionist poet and playwright Walter Hasenclever (1890-1940) was a patient in the sanatorium in Dresden. He feigned a nervous condition to avoid returning to the front. His drama ‘Der Sohn’ (The Son, 1914) is regarded as one of the most important Expressionist works. He saw to it that Kokoschka’s plays were performed in Dresden. Hasenclever’s work was later banned by the Nazis.
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|Title||Walter Hasenclever (Kopf nach rechts)|
|Material and technique||Lithography on paper|
Print > Two-dimensional object > Art object
|Location||This object is in storage|
Height 328 mm
Width 230 mm
Uitgever: Paul Cassirer
Drukker: Pan-Presse, Berlijn
|Accession number||MB OK gi (PK)|
|Credits||Schenking / Donation: stadsgenoot / townsman 1925|
|Department||Drawings & Prints|
|Age artist||About 31 years old|
Oskar Kokoschka - Mensen en beesten (2013)
Lithography > Manual > Planographic printing > Printing technique > Technique > Material and technique
|Geographical origin||Austria > Western Europe > Europe|
All about the artist
Pöchlarn 1886 - Montreux 1980
Oskar Kokoschka was born in Austria in 1896 to a Czech family. During his studies in Vienna one of his teachers was the famous artist Gustav Klimt, who...Bekijk het volledige profiel