Walter Gramatté (1897 – 1929 ) was a German expressionist painter who specialised in magic realism. He worked in Berlin, Hamburg, and Hiddensee. He often painted with a mystical view of nature. He became associated with Die Brücke, the famous group of Expressionist artists.
His works were classified as "Degenerate art" by the Nazi government in 1933.
A special exhibition of his paintings, titled Rediscovered: Walter Gramatté 1897-1929, took place in Hamburg's Ernst Barlach Haus from 26th October 2008 to 1st February 2009. This exhibition was organised by the Kirchner Museum in Davos, Switzerland and the Ernst Barlach Haus.
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Darmstadt, Karl Lang Verlag, 1919. Lithographie auf grünlichem Seidenjapan. Von 253 x 240 bis 285 x 263 (424 x 304) mm. Unter Passepartout. Signiert, datiert, betitelt
This superb and rare engraving is typical of the work of Gramatté with only a few works to his name due to his early death.
Printed on green Japan paper, it is in excellent condition in a marie-louise.
- Walter Gramatté
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- 60×60 cm
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- 70×70×1 cm
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