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Finally, it is important to appreciate that Münter saved all documents, correspondence and a vital collection of works by Blaue Reiter artists, from the censorship of the Nazis donating them after the Second World War so they could be kept together. The Blue Rider group was full of creative duos: Lily Klee was a musician; Maria Marc and Elisabeth Macke were painters. This painting represents an evolution in Münter's practice, as she composed this landscape by foregrounding color studies, rather than relying on the highly textured or naturalistically contoured renderings of her earlier works. Gabriele Münter never saw Wassily Kandinsky again. She in turn travelled through Sweden and Copenhagen, before returning there in 1931, with Eichner, her new lover.

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The Münter House

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Both girls had inherited a large amount of money, allowing them to live freely and independently. One glance out of the window towards the church and the castle, and she had found the motifs for her Expressionist works. Annegret Hoberg, Wassily Kandinsky and Gabriele Munter: Letters and Reminiscences, 1902-1914, Prestel, Munich, 1994. Anfang 1920 kehrte Münter nach Deutschland zurück. Im Mai 2014 erschien ein neuer Museumsführer zum Münter-Haus. Unfortunately not presented as an original in Cologne, there is a small interior painting by Münter about 1910 , which is exhibited in Murnau.

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Gabriele Münters letzte Jahre: Retterin des

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In the foreground of this relationship, however, he certainly stood as the central figure. Es war Treffpunkt der Avantgarde und Refugium der Künstler: , Alexej von Jawlensky, , August Macke und Arnold Schönberg kamen regelmäßig zu Besuch, ebenso wie Sammler und Galeristen. Der Museum wurde dadurch weltberühmt. However, to see Boating online, please follow the link below: Paintings Das Gelbe Haus, 1911, oil on canvas, 70 x 95 cm , Schlossmuseum, Murnau, Germany. Gabriele Münter lived in Sweden from summer 1915 until December 1917, finally settling in Copenhagen.

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Gabriele Münter. Museum Ludwig, Cologne

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Yet, even in this academy, women were not taken seriously as artists. Against such realistic detail, Münter composed the background as abstract color fields of naturalistic shapes, each color and curved form delineated with a thick, black outline. Best known as a painter and printmaker, she is usually discussed under the umbrella of and as a member of the famous group. One woman — many facets After the Lenbach Haus in Munich, the Museum Ludwig in Cologne shows a unique exhibition of works by Gabriele Münter 1877 — 1962. Kandinsky's The Blue Rider Der Blaue Reiter , 1903 Münter was part of a small subgroup of artists active in transforming late Impressionist, Neo-Impressionist, and or painting into the more radical, non-naturalistic art now identified as Expressionism.

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Münter House

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I mean that he has taught me to work fast enough, and with enough self-assurance, to be able to achieve this kind of rapid and spontaneous recording of moments of life. He began to adopt Münter's use of saturated colors and abstract expressionist style. Denn hier gingen Kandinskys russische Künstlerkollegen ein und aus, darunter auch. Admission 3 euros per person over 25 years Out-of-hours opening: 40 euros Out-of-hours opening with guided tour: 78 euros Guided tours can only be arranged in the mornings, outside opening hours. These radical visionaries created art that embraced all styles, techniques and subject matter.

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Gabriele Münter: The Yellow House and Boating

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In 1909, having returned to Munich, Münter bought a house in the nearby town of Murnau. Einem Kinderroman entsprungen Den Garten legten sie gemeinsam an. For her part, Münter started to produce Post-Impressionistic landscapes characterized by the thick and vibrant smears of paint that would become her trademark. In 1914, Kandinsky returned to Russia without her, and his marriage in 1917 to Nina Andreevskaya marked the end of Münter and Kandinsky's relationship. Her early works from her days at the Phalanx school show an extensive use of the palette knife and a limited color range of yellows, greens and browns. She painted fitfully and without her earlier concentration and conviction. Through them, she incorporated folk objects mostly acquired on her overseas travels.

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The Münter House

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Kandinsky finally divorced in 1911, but he did not marry Münter. Were it not for this heroic act, the emergence and evolution of subsequent artistic currents, especially Modernism, would have been greatly impeded. The organic shapes and verdant tones of the background forms, for example, connected Kandinsky to the brightly colored, color field landscape pieces he was creating at the time. August 1909 erwarb Gabriele Münter das kleine Anwesen. London and Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers. Seeking safety, Münter moved her entire collection to Murnau.

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Münter Haus

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What or whom they listen to, however, is not shown. This eventually turned into a personal relationship that lasted for over a decade. September 2019 ist das MünterHaus aufgrund von Umbauarbeiten wegen eines Ausstellungswechsel geschlossen. Or in engaged conversation with the artist Erma Bossi. It was during this time that they met and. Gabriele Münter enjoys pictures painted by children, and explores the impartiality and immediacy of childlike expression.

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