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Columbine, 1950 by Max Beckmann (1884-1950, Germany)

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Oil Painting Fine Art Columbine - 1950 By Max Beckmann , Oil Painting Fine Art Columbine - 1950 By Max Beckmann
Columbine, 1950 by Max Beckmann (1884-1950, Germany)
Oil Painting Fine Art Columbine - 1950 By Max Beckmann , Oil Painting Fine Art Columbine - 1950 By Max Beckmann

"Columbine"

Max Beckmann - 381 x 500 cm - 1950 - (The Saint Louis Art Museum (United States))

Painted in 1949, Vor dem Ball (Zwei Frauen mit Katze) is an intensely evocative work which exemplifies the bold depictions of women Beckmann carried out in America during the final years of his life. Throughout his career femininity was central to his iconography.



 
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Painted in 1949, Vor dem Ball (Zwei Frauen mit Katze) is an intensely evocative work which exemplifies the bold depictions of women Beckmann carried out in America during the final years of his life. Throughout his career femininity was central to his iconography.
Max Beckmann
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