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Werner Scholz

Germany (Berlin 1898 -  Schwaz 1982 )
SCHOLZ Werner  Junge Frau

Villa Grisebach
Jun 2, 2018
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Werner Scholz - Moonlit Night

Werner Scholz - Moonlit Night

Original 1955
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Lot number: 223
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Werner Scholz* (Berlin 1898 - 1982 Alpbach, Tirol) Moonlit night, 1955 oil on cardboard; 89 x 105 cm monogrammed on the lower right: WS Provenance from the estate of the artist; private property, Austria Literature Claudia Grasse (ed.), Werner Scholz. Werkkatalog zum 100. Geburtstag, Hamburg 1998, p. 162, ill. p. 127
Werner Scholz - Antigone Und Ödipus

Werner Scholz - Antigone Und Ödipus

Original 1961
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Lot number: 169
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Werner Scholz 1898 Berlin - 1982 Schwaz/Tirol Antigone und Ödipus. 1961. Öl auf Malpappe. Grasse S. 168. Rechts unten monogrammiert. 73,5 x 74 cm (28,9 x 29,1 in). [EH]. Aufrufzeit: 07.06.2018 - ca. 17.20 h +/- 20 Min. Dieses Objekt wird regel- oder differenzbesteuert angeboten. ENGLISH VERSION Werner Scholz 1898 Berlin - 1982 Schwaz/Tirol Antigone und Ödipus. 1961. Oil on cardboard. Grasse p. 168. Monogrammed in lower right. 73.5 x 74 cm (28.9 x 29.1 in). [EH]. Called up: June 7, 2018 - ca. 17.20 h +/- 20 min. This lot can be purchased subject to differential or regular taxation.
Werner Scholz -  Junge Frau

Werner Scholz - Junge Frau

Original 1932
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Lot number: 1250
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Werner Scholz (Berlin 1898 – 1982 Schwaz/Tirol) Junge Frau. 1932 Farbkreide auf Bütten. 59,5×35,8cm ( 23⅜×14 ⅛in.). Unten links datiert: 32. [3132] Werner Scholz (Berlin 1898 – 1982 Schwaz/Tyrol) Junge Frau. 1932 Coloured chalk on laid paper. 59,5×35,8cm ( 23⅜×14 ⅛in.). Dated lower left: 32. [3132]
Werner Scholz - Witwen (die Beiden Witwen)

Werner Scholz - Witwen (die Beiden Witwen)

Original 1931
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Lot number: 340
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Werner (1898) Scholz (1898 - 1982) Lot 340: Werner Scholz, Witwen (Die beiden Witwen), 1931 Description: Monogrammed and dated 'WS 31' in black lower right.In 1919 the young artist returned to Berlin from the First World War severely wounded: he had lost his left forearm in 1917. After studying at the Hochschule für Bildende Kunst in Berlin, he moved into his first studio in 1920. Pictures from his early oeuvre have become very rare today. Not only was Scholz's work subjected to the iconoclastic attack of the Nazis, bombs also destroyed his Berlin studio in 1944. It is important to note that his work in oil and in pastel arrived at an initial artistic pinnacle around 1930. Before 1933 Scholz's works were not only presented in important galleries (Neumann-Nierendorf 1930, Schames 1931), they were also purchased by museums for the first time: through the Nationalgalerie in Berlin and the Wallraf-Richartz Museum in Cologne. He was strongly influenced by the Expressionism of the \“Brücke\” artists - more precisely, by the work of Emil Nolde, a painter who was then at the zenith of his career. There are in turn indications that Nolde took note of Scholz early on, supported him and, before 1937, helped to arrange a final exhibition for him with 21 paintings at the Märkisches Museum in Witten.His early fateful experiences shaped the artist's character in a way that doubtlessly influenced his painting. They enabled him to observe human relationships and living conditions in a critical as well as empathetic manner. Nonetheless the works preserved today from the difficult period between the two world wars display no illustrative or simplistic, not to mention revolutionary, intentions. In this sense the artist is quite unique and akin to Nolde. There is a noticeable concentration on the figure, on the sparing and reticent provision of thematic information, and this is intensified through the artistic form, which is expressively abbreviated and abstracted from the real. The result is an idiosyncratic visual idiom that seems almost monumental and possesses a brooding, but strong, expressive power. The painting \“Witwen\”, of 1931, is one of those examples of his work from this period which have now become rare.It was Hans-Georg Gadamer who, in his well-known essay on Scholz, offered this still important summary: \“The constructive power of the early pictures is convincing. They do not seek to capture a fleeting stimulus, instead, even the most fleeting movement is harnessed within a framework of solid relationships that give it something monumental [...] All of the scenes that appear in these pictures are of a very plain and popular sort. And, nonetheless, they are not actually genre pictures. They lack the naive approval of the observed life. Looking at this life the painter has dug something else out of it. [...] perhaps it can be said in summary that, in all of these pictures, the veils of human courtesy are torn apart and we are veritably overwhelmed by the nakedness of suffering and passion. However, in all these pictures it is not an accusation, but a grim affirmation. So it is. All of this is real. All of this must be seen, sympathetically suffered without pity.\” (Hans-Georg Gadamer, Werner Scholz, Recklinghausen, 1968, pp. 19 f.). Dimensions: 74.3 x 74.5 cm
Werner Scholz - Demi-monde Lady

Werner Scholz - Demi-monde Lady

Original 1929
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Lot number: 253
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Lot 0253 DetailsShipping & PaymentAuction Terms & Infolithograph in colors, 1929, pencil monogramed and numbered 109/150 lower margin, on Arches paper, framed. DOA 30 1/8 x 24 in. Collection of Leamond Dean, of Durham and New York City. Leamond is a noted professional dancer and designer, who made clothes for ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, president Lyndon Johnson's daughter and others. Helen Galland is quoted as saying: ''Bonwit Teller is going to have for the very first time its own in-house designer, who will be exclusively for us in New York, Chicago, Bal Harbour and Philadelphia. His name is Leamond Dean, and he does exceptional knits.'' Mr. Dean's knitted suits and dresses will be in the store this week, range in price from $400 to $700 and are simple, tasteful and, frankly, inspired by Chanel. He is from North Carolina and used to perform on Broadway. -John Duka, "Notes on Fashion", New York Times, Sept. 8, 1981 Additional high-resolution photos are available at Leland Little.comConditionSome toning; some wear to frame. Werner Scholz (German, 1898-1982), Demi-monde Lady at
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