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Willy Moralt

Germany (1884 -  1947 )
MORALT Willy Tiroler Kapelle

Schloss
Dec 2, 2017
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Willy Moralt - A Village In Pre-alpine Summer Landscape

Willy Moralt - A Village In Pre-alpine Summer Landscape

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Moralt, Willy 1884 München - 1947 Lenggries Dorf in sommerlicher Voralpenlandschaft R. u. signiert. Rücks. bezeichnet. Gouache auf leichtem Zeichenkarton. 30 x 38 cm. Moralt, Willy A Village in pre-Alpine Summer Landscape Signed lower right. Verso inscribed. Gouache on light drawing cardboard. 30 x 38 cm.
Willy Moralt - Guesthouse In The Forest

Willy Moralt - Guesthouse In The Forest

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This painting by Willy Moralt shows a small town motif, typical of the artist\’\’\’\’s oeuvre. Like all of the painter\’\’\’\’s works the present one features a high painterly quality. A mansion nestled in an idyllic mountain scenery is rendered in the finest manner. In the foreground one can discern the silhouette of a young woman – only hinted at with a few dabs of color – who welcomes a traveler probably returning from a long journey. Despite a lack of descriptive detail Moralt captured the merry mood of his paintings with skilful brushwork and a harmonious color scheme. His romantic genre scenes of this kind are particularly popular with collectors.

The painting is of very good overall condition. There are only some scattered retouchings along the edges. The picture is signed and inscribed \‘Willy Moralt Mchn\’\’\’\’ lower left. On the verso the panel bears two address stamps of the artist \‘Willy Moralt / Kunstmaler / München /Hans Sachs-Str.\’\’\’\’ and an old typewritten label. The frame shows some wear. The framed work measures 40 x 30 cm, the wooden panel measures 25 x 15 cm.

Willy Moralt (1884-1947)
Willy Moralt received his first drawing lessons from his father, a landscape painter and pupil of Carl Spitzweg and Christian Morgenstern. At the age of 15 the young Moralt already created landscape studies whilst traveling through Germany. From 1903 onwards he attended the Munich Academy of Fine Arts and studied under Professor Karl Raupp. Already in his second year his landscapes, which were exhibited at the Glaspalast in Munich, were awarded a medal of honor. After graduating, Moralt undertook extended trips to England, Holland, Italy and Switzerland. The sketches from this period served as templates for the works he later painted in his studio. The artist was primarily inspired by the work of his great-uncle Spitzweg. Moralt began preparing his own paints according to his own recipe, which gave his paintings an unusual luminosity. He worked mainly in Munich, but also repeatedly traveled to the foothills of the Alps, where he eventually settled in 1943. Moralt\’\’\’\’s early creative phase was characterized by works in subdued colors. From 1914 onwards he created numerous romantic genre scenes, which are highly sought after. His high quality impressionist style landscapes from the 1930s continue to appeal to collectors and critics.
Willy Moralt (1884-1947), Guesthouse in the Forest, c. 1915
Oil on wood
Germany, around 1915
Willy Moralt (1884-1947) – Popular southern German genre painter, pupil of Carl Spitzweg
Signed and inscribed \‘Willy Moralt Mchn\’\’\’\’ lower left
Verso twice with the address stamp of the artist \‘Willy Moralt / Kunstmaler / München /Hans Sachs-Str.\’\’\’\’ and an old typewritten label
Overall dimensions, framed: 40 x 30 cm, board 25.5 x 14.7 cm
Very good condition
Provenance: Private collection, Lower Saxony
Charming and exquisitely painted small-scale genre painting by an artist inspired by Spitzweg; paintings by Willy Moralt fetch up to 26,000 euros on the international auction market
This painting by Willy Moralt shows a small town motif, typical of the artist\’\’s oeuvre. Like all of the painter\’\’s works the present one features a ...
Willy Moralt - Festliche Gesellschaft Vor Der Marburger  Stadtkulisse

Willy Moralt - Festliche Gesellschaft Vor Der Marburger Stadtkulisse

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Lot number: 700
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Moralt, Willy
München 1884 - 1947

Festliche Gesellschaft vor der Marburger (?) Stadtkulisse. Signiert unten links: Willy Moralt. Öl auf Holz. 36 x 55cm. Rahmen.
Moralt, Willy
Munich 1884 - 1947
Festive Group near Marburg(?). Signed lower left: Willy Moralt. Oil on wood. 36 x 55cm. Framed.
Willy Moralt - Tiroler Kapelle

Willy Moralt - Tiroler Kapelle

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Lot number: 1290
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