Las ˇleos de todo Paula Modersohn-Becker

ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Mother and son leaned
 Mother and son leaned   mk166 1906 I Wave on cloth 82x124.7cm Coleccion Ludwig-Roselius Bottcherstrasse, Bremen
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Mother knelt and son
 Mother knelt and son   mk166 1907 I Wave on cloth 113x74cm Coleccion Ludwig-Roselius, Bottcherstrasse, Bremen
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Nursing Mother
 Nursing Mother   1906-07 Tempera on canvas Nationalgalerie, Berlin.
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Old Poorhouse Woman with a Glass Bottle
 Old Poorhouse Woman with a Glass Bottle   1907
Paula Modersohn-Becker, old Poorhouse Woman with a Glass Bottle (nn03)
 old Poorhouse Woman with a Glass Bottle (nn03)   1907 Oil on canvas 96 x 80.2 cm 37 3/4 x 31 1/2 in Ludwig Roselius Sammlung Bremen
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Self-Portrait
 Self-Portrait   1906 Haags Gemeentemuseum.
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Self-Portrait on my Sixth Wedding Anniversary
 Self-Portrait on my Sixth Wedding Anniversary   mk52 1906 Oil distemper on board 101.8x70cm Paula Modersohn-Becket Museum,Bremen
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Self-portrait with Amber Necklace
 Self-portrait with Amber Necklace   mk156 1906 Oil on wood 61.5x30.5cm
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Still Life with Apples
 Still Life with Apples   1903 Oil on panel Nationalgalerie, Berlin.
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Still life with yellow jug
 Still life with yellow jug   1905(1905) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 59.5 x 71.3 cm cyf
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Stilleben mit Tonkrug
 Stilleben mit Tonkrug   1907(1907) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 38 x 47 cm cjr
Paula Modersohn-Becker, The Anunciacion
 The Anunciacion   mk166 Toward 1905 I Wave on role 48x48cm Museum of the Vatican one, Rome
Paula Modersohn-Becker, the old farmer
 the old farmer   mk247 1903,oil on canvas,27.75x23.3 in,71x59 cm,hamburger kunsthalle,hamburg,germany
Paula Modersohn-Becker, Trumpeting Gril in a Birch Wood
 Trumpeting Gril in a Birch Wood   mk156 1903 Oil on canvsa

Paula Modersohn-Becker
German 1876-1907 Paula Becker was born and grew up in Dresden-Friedrichstadt. She was the third child of seven children in her family. Her father who was the son of a Russian university professor, was employed with the German railway. He and Modersohn-Becker's mother, who was from an aristocratic family, provided the children a cultured and intellectual environment in the house hold. Modersohn-Becker's parental home 1888-1899In 1888 her parents moved from Dresden to Bremen. While visiting an aunt in London, England, she received her first instruction in drawing. Apart from her teacher's training in Bremen in 1893-1895, Paula took private instruction in painting. In 1896 she participated in a course for painting and drawing sponsored by the "Verein der Berliner K??nstlerinnen" (Union of Berlin Female Artists) which offered art studies to women. Paula Modersohn-Becker. Clara Rilke WesthoffAt the age of 22, she encountered the artistic community of Worpswede. In this "village", artists such as Fritz Mackensen (1866-1953) and Heinrich Vogeler (1872-1942) had retreated to protest against the domination of the art academy and life in the big city. At Worpswede, Paula Modersohn-Becker took painting lessons from Mackensen. The main subjects were the life of the farmers and the northern German landscape. At this time she began close friendships with the sculptor Clara Westhoff (1875-1954) and the poet Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926). She also fell in love during this period, and in 1901 she married a fellow Worpswede painter, Otto Modersohn. In marrying Otto, she also became a stepmother to Otto's daughter, Elsbeth Modersohn, the child from his first marriage to Helene Modersohn, then deceased. Paula Modersohn-Becker. Rainer Maria Rilke, 1906Between 1900 and 1907, Paula made several extended trips to Paris for artistic purposes, sometimes living separately from her husband, Otto. During one of her residencies in Paris, she took courses at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. She visited contemporary exhibitions often, and was particularly intrigued with the work of Paul C??zanne. Other post impressionists were especially influential, including Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin. Fauve influences may also appear in such works as Poorhouse Woman with a Glass Bottle. The influence by the work of French painter, Jean-Francois Millet, who was widely admired among the artists in the Worpswede group, may be seen in such pieces as her 1900 Peat Cutters. Reclining Mother and ChildIn her last trip to Paris in 1906, she produced a body of paintings from which she felt very great excitement and satisfaction. During this period of painting, she produced her initial nude self-portraits (something surely unprecedented by a female painter) and portraits of friends such as Rainer Maria Rilke and Werner Sombart. Some critics consider this period of her art production to be the strongest and most compelling. Paula with Mathilde, November 1907 (days before Paula's death)In 1907, Paula Modersohn-Becker returned to her husband in Worpswede. Their relationship, which had been particularly strained in 1906, had taken a turn towards improvement. Paula's long-lived wish to conceive and bear a child was fulfilled. Her daughter Mathilde (Tillie) Modersohn was born on November 2, 1907. Paula and Otto were joyous. Sadly, the joy became soon overshadowed by tragedy, as Paula Modersohn-Becker died suddenly in Worpswede on November 20th from an embolism. In 1908, Rainer Maria Rilke wrote the renowned poem, "Requiem for a Friend", in Paula's memory. The poem was born of the imprint that Paula's life, death and friendship left upon Rilke.

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