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Fri Mar 21 17:12:04 2014 UTClccn-n791396510.31Max Beckmann 1884-1950 : the path to myth /0.550.93Briefe /46775885Max_Beckmannn 79139651370914Beckman, MaxBeckmann, ... 1884-1950Beckmann, Max Carl Friedrich, 1884-1950Bekman, Maks 1884-1950Max BeckmanMax Beckmannlccn-n83008710Lackner, Stephanauiartcolcrelccn-n79137105Selz, Peter1919-lccn-n50002632Schulz-Hoffmann, Carlaedtlccn-n50061232Bayerische Staatsgemäldesammlungencomlccn-n79021281Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)lccn-n50016711Gallwitz, Klausothauiadpedtcrelccn-no91029470Fischer, Friedhelm W.(Friedhelm Wilhelm)lccn-n85035777Göpel, Erhardarrannedtlccn-n83038441Städtische Galerie im Städelschen Kunstinstitut Frankfurt am Mainlccn-n81127188Belting, HansctbBeckmann, Max1884-1950Criticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsBiographySelf-portraitsCatalogsDiariesRecords and correspondencePersonal narratives‡vGermanArtPictorial worksBeckmann, Max,GermanyPaintersGermany (West)Neue Sachlichkeit (Art)Art, GermanArt, AustrianTriptychsExpressionism (Art)ArtistsHeckel, Erich,Corinth, Lovis,Klimt, Gustav,Grosz, George,Schiele, Egon,Dix, Otto,Kandinsky, Wassily,Kokoschka, Oskar,Klee, Paul,AuthorshipFriendshipMuseum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.)France--ParisNeue Galerie New YorkAustriaPicasso, Pablo,Pinakothek der Moderne (Munich, Germany)De Kooning, Willem,Women in artArt, Modern--Themes, motivesFigurative art, GermanPortrait painting, GermanArts, ModernDecorative artsLandscape painting, GermanPainting, ModernCorrespondence (Beckmann, Max)World War (1914-1918)Resurrection in artJesus ChristJourney on fishes (Beckmann, Max)Beckmann-Tube, MinnaArts, AmericanUnited StatesPainting, GermanArtists' writingsPrints, GermanGalerie Günther Franke188419501900190719091911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419261927192819291930193119321935193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220133049616813096759.3ND588.B37ocn000384544ocn075913236ocn313294957ocn174227353ocn767767370ocn000679913ocn181472968ocn074565613ocn682077432ocn074701216ocn721569255ocn073245709ocn073245712ocn073826640ocn722277125ocn073245701ocn072334740ocn721948493ocn072403049ocn072828036ocn439552891ocn797690876ocn439006610ocn450141976ocn450131794ocn456582800ocn438948672ocn450210187ocn443399480ocn449992980ocn313253219ocn311397948ocn256140081ocn248013684ocn246410311ocn461882840ocn462955245ocn836867004ocn256547345ocn462152269ocn693285066ocn693203752ocn693265276ocn693265262ocn693265243ocn693297788ocn444475604ocn798922582ocn800397918ocn185507784ocn460545517ocn768096942122388ocn021951004book19270.37Selz, PeterMax BeckmannCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsPictorial worksExhibition catalogsA survey of the artist's life and work, with chapters on technique and a chronology. The artisi was a German painter, draftsman, printmaker, sculptor, and writer. Although he is classified as an Expressionist artist, he rejected both the term and the movement. In the 1920s, he was associated with the New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit), an outgrowth of Expressionism that opposed its introverted emotionalism+-+04568456353263ocn027186219book19920.56Fisher, James LMax Beckmann prints from the Museum of Modern ArtExhibition catalogs2984ocn026012443book19920.70Selz, PeterMax Beckmann : the self-portraitsCriticism, interpretation, etcSelf-portraits2505ocn123434391book20070.70Beckmann, MaxMax Beckmann : exile in AmsterdamExhibition catalogs+-+438362022818211ocn012490028book19850.79Erpel, FritzMax Beckmann : Leben im Werk, die SelbstbildnisseBiographySelf-portraits17120ocn010566312book19130.76Beckmann, MaxMax BeckmannBiographyCatalogsExhibition catalogs1712ocn775066272book20120.86Women : Picasso, Beckmann, de Kooning : Bayerische StaatsgemäldesammlungenExhibition catalogsRegardless of the clichés associated with Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Max Beckmann (1884-1950), and Willem de Kooning (1904-1997) in the "public" private sphere, their exploration of the theme "woman" go far beyond one-sided definitions. Their portrayals of women are highly nuanced; they have a significance of their own and time and again become sensitive reflections of social and political problems and upheavals. They are not simply surfaces upon which are projected male longings and desires, but catalysts for a confrontation with the artist's own life and history (Picasso), while in Beckmann's work they are completely free, independent counter-images. De Kooning sees them as a separate force within which culminate opportunities for artistic expression. Contributions by art historians, authors, sociologists, and artists approach the theme from a variety of perspectives. Exhibition: Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany (30.3.-15.6.2012)1534ocn012465443book19840.73Tate GalleryBeckmann, Carnival1375ocn244247187book20080.86Lloyd, JillMax Beckmann : self-portrait with hornCatalogs+-+27794268461325ocn003979719book19740.92Wiese, Stephan vonMax Beckmanns zeichnerisches Werk 1903-19251274ocn051682535book20020.31Spieler, ReinhardMax Beckmann 1884-1950 : the path to mythCriticism, interpretation, etcIn search of self - Orientation and self-assertion 1899-1915 - War years - Twenties in Frankfurt - The path to myth - World views of the Thirties - Survival in exile: Amsterdam 1937-1947 - New shores: USA 1947-1950+-+93857377383241217ocn022623735book19900.88Hofmaier, JamesMax Beckmann : catalogue raisonné of his printsCatalogs1143ocn000484546book19720.90Fischer, Friedhelm WMax Beckmann: Symbol und Weltbild; Grundriss zu einer Deutung des Gesamtwerkes10810ocn174211614book19840.59Beckmann, MaxMax Beckmann : retrospectiveExhibition catalogs954ocn011438956book19840.76Eberle, MatthiasMax Beckmann, Die Nacht : Passion ohne ErlösungCriticism, interpretation, etc863ocn003047708book19650.90Beckmann, MaxMax Beckmann. Sichtbares und UnsichtbaresBiography847ocn028709038book19920.93Beckmann, MaxBriefeRecords and correspondence8114ocn011435487book19160.81Beckmann, MaxBriefe im KriegeBiographyRecords and correspondencePersonal narratives German814ocn030815908book19920.47Maur, Karin vonMax Beckmann, Reise auf dem FischCriticism, interpretation, etc791ocn016581673book19850.84Schubert, DietrichMax Beckmann : Auferstehung und Erscheinung der TotenCriticism, interpretation, etcArt402044ocn000420297book19240.37Selz, PeterMax BeckmannCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyCatalogsPictorial worksExhibition catalogsA survey of the artist's life and work, with chapters on technique and a chronology. The artisi was a German painter, draftsman, printmaker, sculptor, and writer. Although he is classified as an Expressionist artist, he rejected both the term and the movement. In the 1920s, he was associated with the New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit), an outgrowth of Expressionism that opposed its introverted emotionalism+-+94665743257104ocn000661641book19620.50Fischer, Friedhelm WMax Beckmann6953ocn012050255book19840.59Beckmann, MaxMax Beckmann : retrospectiveExhibition catalogs5893ocn000119640book19700.56Kessler, Charles SMax Beckmann's triptychs4963ocn049773569book20010.47Neue Galerie New YorkNew worlds : German and Austrian art, 1890-1940Exhibition catalogs"This book, the inaugural catalogue of the Neue Galerie New York, is the first book to bring to light the history of the works of fine and decorative artists of Germany and Austria between 1890 and 1940. Focusing on 26 visual artists and 18 decorative artists whose work is represented in the Neue Galerie New York collection, the catalogue offers an overview of their works and situates them within the history of their reception in twentieth-century America. It also tells the stories of the numerous museum officials, patrons, art dealers, and journalists who brought these artworks to the attention of the American public." "The catalogue illuminates the little-known facts of German and Austrian artists' reception in America through biographies that describe the highlights of their lives and careers as well as their presentations in the United States. A variety of catalogue essays examine such topics as the cultural context within which German and Austrian Expressionism arose, public response to museum presentations of German art, formalistic issues in Austrian decorative arts, aesthetic quests in the German decorative arts, and key moments in the American reception of German and Austrian decorative arts."--BOOK JACKET+-+41994555854951ocn020261141book19890.59Belting, HansMax Beckmann : tradition as a problem in modern artCriticism, interpretation, etc4362ocn034926774book19970.63Beckmann, MaxSelf-portrait in words : collected writings and statements, 1903-1950BiographyOne of the most important German artists of the twentieth century, Max Beckmann was labeled a "degenerate artist" by the Nazis and chose exile. His artistic production encompassed the realism and figural themes of his early works to the provocatively blunt portraiture, critical urban views, and richly layered symbolic works for which he is now universally recognized. Although he was a prolific writer, his written work has never before been collected and translated into English. Beckmann is known for the depth, pungency, and tremendous sensuous force of his works; only in the last twenty years have we come to learn more about his personal life. Self-Portrait in Words maps out Beckmann's life and draws attention to the occasions on or for which he produced his writings, to the importance writing had for him as a form of expression, and to both the contemporary and personal references of his ideas and images+-+70869517754312ocn000030355book19690.63Lackner, StephanMax Beckmann; memories of a friendship3912ocn036284240book19970.47Beckett, WendyMax Beckmann and the selfCriticism, interpretation, etcSelf-portraitsSister Wendy Beckett's highly acclaimed insights into the work and psyche of Max Beckmann, one of the major Expressionist painters and graphic artists of the 20th century. The author sheds new light on the way the traumatic events in the artist's life were reflected in his painting and observes that "he painted himself as if thereby to find himself. If he could make visible...these lineaments, that expression, that visual record of his experience, then he might come to a deeper experience of what he was." By tracing the changing moods of Beckmann's painting throughout his life, Sister Wendy, with her uncanny and intimate skills of analysis, plots a fascinating series of peaks and troughs in his feeling of self-worth+-+22826864283283ocn036631021book19960.66Beckmann, MaxMax Beckmann in exileExhibition catalogsDistributed by Abrams, Exhibition: 10/9/96-1/5/97+-+64431456353174ocn040329006book19980.53Beckmann, MaxMax Beckmann and Paris : Matisse Picasso Braque Leǵer RouaultCriticism, interpretation, etcExhibition catalogsPublished on the occasion of the exhibition held in Zurich and St Louis 25 September 1998- May 9, 1999+-+68572377383242423ocn001852199book19590.66Buchheim, Lothar GüntherMax BeckmannMajor work devoted to this artist24112ocn007702191book19550.84Beckmann, MaxTagebücher, 1940-1950BiographyDiaries2182ocn064748581book20060.79Beckmann, MaxMax Beckmann : a dream of lifeExhibition catalogs+-+00416202282022ocn758709994book20110.84Beckmann, MaxBeckmann & AmericaExhibition catalogsThe official audio guide has been produced on the occasion of the major exhibition Beckman & Amerika. Over the course of approximately 75 minutes, you will hear essential information about the highlights of the exhibition, and in tandem you can observe the plates of all the works discussed1717ocn002226591book19480.81City Art Museum of St. LouisMax Beckmann, 1948Exhibition catalogs1674ocn010352399book19830.86Beckmann, MaxMax Beckmann, Frankfurt 1915-1933 : eine Ausstellung zum 100. Geburtstag : 18. November 1983 bis 12. Februar 1984, Städtische Galerie im Städelschen Kunstinstitut Frankfurt am MainExhibition catalogs1561ocn727701752book20110.84Beckmann, MaxMax Beckmann : the landscapesExhibition catalogsMax Beckmann is one of the titans of modernism, although he considered himself the last Old Master. This publication examines the artist's landscape paintings, which are less characterized by allegorical layers of meaning than his works in other genres. Their splendid painterly qualities are immediately perceptible. The starting point for these landscapes was a potent experience of nature. Frequently, personal objects appear in the foreground like remnants of still lifes, making the viewer aware of the artist's presence. But the paintings are also realistic representations of places the artist visited, and Beckmann referred to photographs or postcards of these sites as part of his creative process. Further inspirations came from art itself: flashes of Beckmann's immense knowledge of art history can be seen in his citations of other works. Thus, his landscapes can be regarded as a kind of summary of his understanding of the world+-+92968202281452ocn033406710book19950.31Spieler, ReinhardMax Beckmann 1884-1950 : the path to mythCriticism, interpretation, etcAfter a phase in which his art dealt mainly with biblical, historical and allegorical subjects, Beckmann painted pictures showing humanity "in extremis", both physical and spiritual. This book analyzes the thematic complexes in Beckmann's visual world and traces the myths of the man and the art1332ocn002061367book19740.76Beckmann, MaxMax Beckmann : a small loan retrospective of paintings, centred around his visit to London in 1938 : [catalogue of an exhibition held] November 1974 [at] Marlborough Fine Art (London) Ltd [and] March 1975 [at] Marlborough Gallery Inc., New York+-+0456845635+-+0456845635Fri Mar 21 15:29:41 EDT 2014batch70007