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Lovis Corinth – Woman with Rose-Trimmed Hat

Artist

Lovis Corinth – Born Franz Heinrich Louis – was born on July 21, 1858 in east Prussian Tapiau and died on July 17, 1925 in Zandvroot, Neatherlands. Alongside Max Liebermann and Max Slevogt, he is considered one of the most significant representatives of impressionism in Germany. In his later pieces, Corinth fuse impressionism and expressionism.

Artwork

“Woman with Rose-Trimmed Hat” shows Charlotte Berend-Corinth, the painter’s wife. It was painted in 1912. It measures 50 x 60 cm (width x height). The portrayed woman was 31 at the time it was painted.

Brief description

One sees the portrait of a woman who is the wife of the painter Charlotte Berend-Corinth (*1880 in Berlin, † 1967 in New York City). Her head is covered by a big hat with pink and purple petals. Her facial expression is a smile. Her glance falls to the right, past the observer. Charlotte placed a scarf around her shoulders. She casually holds the scarf while her right breast is exposed. The choice of colours used are light colours such as white and pink. Her dark hair and the shadow of her hat that covers her face show a contrast in the portrait.

Genre & Material

Painting of impressionism. Painted in oil on a canvas.

Where can I find this in Berlin?

In the Alten Nationalgalerie on the Museuminsel, Bodestraße 1-3, 10178 Berlin-Mitte. To find out how to get there, please click the link below the description

One sees the portrait of a woman who is the wife of the painter Charlotte Berend-Corinth (*1880 in Berlin, † 1967 in New York City). Her head is covered by a big hat with pink and purple petals. Her facial expression is a smile. Her glance falls to the right, past the observer. Charlotte placed a scarf around her shoulders. She casually holds the scarf while her right breast is exposed. The choice of colours used are light colours such as white and pink. Her dark hair and the shadow of her hat that covers her face show a contrast in the portrait.

Hier geht es zu dem Museum in Berlin, in dem Sie dieses Meisterwerk finden

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