Aquarelle by Oskar Schlemmer
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Germany. Gauss Schlemmer. 1988. Hardcover with graphic title. Book Condition: Near fine w minor scuffing along bottom edge. Jacket Condition: Good to Very Good with shelf wear. 191pp. (ill. in colour & b/w)
Oskar Schlemmer, born in 1888, was a prominent German painter, sculptor, and choreographer associated with the Bauhaus movement. His artistic contributions, especially in the realm of stage design and geometric abstraction, left a lasting impact on modern art. Schlemmer is best known for his innovative approach to the human form, often depicting figures as abstract geometric shapes.
'Aquarelle,' where Schlemmer explored the expressive potential of watercolors. In this collection, he showcased his mastery of the medium, employing vibrant hues and dynamic compositions. 'Aquarelle' not only highlighted Schlemmer's technical skill but also offered a glimpse into his creative vision and experimentation with color. Through his diverse body of work, Oskar Schlemmer remains a pivotal figure in the evolution of 20th-century art, pushing boundaries and challenging conventional artistic norms.