1923 collage from the exhibition “Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage” at the Princeton University Art

1923 collage from the exhibition “Kurt Schwitters: Color and Collage” at the Princeton University Art

Okola Autor: Kurt Schwitters Click para más información y comprar.

Okola Autor: Kurt Schwitters Click para más información y comprar.

blastedheath:    Kurt Schwitters (German, 1887-1948), Berlin, 1940. Paper collage on board, collage: 23 x 18 cm.; board: 30 x 20 cm.

blastedheath: Kurt Schwitters (German, 1887-1948), Berlin, 1940. Paper collage on board, collage: 23 x 18 cm.; board: 30 x 20 cm.

1921 - Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948, German),  fue un artista alemán, pintor, escultor, poeta y diseñador gráfico, nacido en Hannover. Excluido del movimiento Dadá berlinés, reaccionó fundando Dadá Hannover. Períodos: Períodos: Dadaísmo, Surrealismo, Arte moderno

1921 - Kurt Schwitters (1887-1948, German), fue un artista alemán, pintor, escultor, poeta y diseñador gráfico, nacido en Hannover. Excluido del movimiento Dadá berlinés, reaccionó fundando Dadá Hannover. Períodos: Períodos: Dadaísmo, Surrealismo, Arte moderno

leon-lucas: Kurt Schwitters - Picture of Spatial Growths - Picture with Two Small Dogs, 1920-39

leon-lucas: Kurt Schwitters - Picture of Spatial Growths - Picture with Two Small Dogs, 1920-39

Great Works: Merz Picture 1A (The alienist), 1919 (51.5cm x 41.3cm), Kurt Schwitters - Great Works - Art - The Independent

Great Works: Merz Picture 1A (The alienist), 1919 (51.5cm x 41.3cm), Kurt Schwitters

Great Works: Merz Picture 1A (The alienist), 1919 (51.5cm x 41.3cm), Kurt Schwitters - Great Works - Art - The Independent

Kurt Schwitters

Kurt Schwitters

Kurt Schwitters,1887 - 1948, Collage and watercolor

Kurt Schwitters,1887 - 1948, Collage and watercolor

Schwitters was forced to flee Germany when his work was condemned as ‘degenerate’ by Germany’s Nazi government and the show traces the impact of exile on his work

Schwitters was forced to flee Germany when his work was condemned as ‘degenerate’ by Germany’s Nazi government and the show traces the impact of exile on his work

The structured use of line creates a sense of unity, a repetition of circles and straight lines.

The structured use of line creates a sense of unity, a repetition of circles and straight lines.

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