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Lovis 1858 1925 Collection

"Capturing the Essence of an Era: Lovis Corinth (1858-1925)" Step into the world of Lovis Corinth

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Reading woman, 1911. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Reading woman, 1911. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Reading woman, 1911. Private Collection

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Selfportrait with skeleton. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Selfportrait with skeleton. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Selfportrait with skeleton. Found in the collection of Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Fashion Show, 1921. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Fashion Show, 1921. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Fashion Show, 1921. Found in the collection of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Collections

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Paraphrase (Portrait of Charlotte Berend), 1907. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Paraphrase (Portrait of Charlotte Berend), 1907. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Paraphrase (Portrait of Charlotte Berend), 1907. Private Collection

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), 1915. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), 1915. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), 1915. Private Collection

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Portrait of Friedrich Ebert (1871-1925), President of the German Reich, 1924

Portrait of Friedrich Ebert (1871-1925), President of the German Reich, 1924. Found in the collection of Art Museum Basel

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Portrait of the poet Herbert Eulenberg, 1924. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Portrait of the poet Herbert Eulenberg, 1924. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Portrait of the poet Herbert Eulenberg, 1924. Found in the collection of -sterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Portrait of the dramatist and novelist Gerhart Hauptmann, 1917

Portrait of the dramatist and novelist Gerhart Hauptmann, 1917. Private Collection

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Self-Portrait in armor, 1911. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Self-Portrait in armor, 1911. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Self-Portrait in armor, 1911. Private Collection

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Cesare Borgia (Arthur Kraft), 1914. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Cesare Borgia (Arthur Kraft), 1914. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Cesare Borgia (Arthur Kraft), 1914. Found in the Collection of Staatliche Museen, Berlin

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Self-Portrait, c. 1925. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Self-Portrait, c. 1925. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Self-Portrait, c. 1925. Private Collection

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Leda, 1890. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Leda, 1890. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Leda, 1890. Private Collection

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Portrait of Max Halbe (1865-1944), 1917. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Portrait of Max Halbe (1865-1944), 1917. Creator: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Portrait of Max Halbe (1865-1944), 1917. Found in the Collection of Staatliche Museen, Berlin

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Martin Luther, 1920-1921

Martin Luther, 1920-1921. Private Collection

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Italian woman in yellow chair, 1912

Italian woman in yellow chair, 1912. Found in the Collection of Niedersa chsisches Landesmuseum, Hannover

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Illustration to The Song of Songs, 1911. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Illustration to The Song of Songs, 1911. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Illustration to The Song of Songs, 1911. Private Collection

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Carmencita (Portrait of Charlotte Berend-Corinth in Spanish Dress)

Carmencita (Portrait of Charlotte Berend-Corinth in Spanish Dress). Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Carmencita (Portrait of Charlotte Berend-Corinth in Spanish Dress). Found in the collection of Stadtische Galerie im Stadelschen Kunstinstitut, Frankfurt am Main

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Portrait of Wolfgang Gurlitt. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Portrait of Wolfgang Gurlitt. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Portrait of Wolfgang Gurlitt. Found in the collection of Lentos Kunstmuseum Linz

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Homecoming Bacchantes. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Homecoming Bacchantes. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Homecoming Bacchantes. Found in the collection of Von der Heydt Museum, Wuppertal

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Jochberg at the lake of Walchensee. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Jochberg at the lake of Walchensee. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Jochberg at the lake of Walchensee. Found in the collection of Niedersachsisches Landesmuseum, Hannover

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: The Black Mask. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

The Black Mask. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
The Black Mask. Found in the collection of Staatliche Museen, Kassel

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Self-Portrait. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Self-Portrait. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Self-Portrait. Found in the collection of © Museum of Modern Art, New York

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Innocentia (Innocence), 1890. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Innocentia (Innocence), 1890. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Innocentia (Innocence), 1890. Found in the collection of the Stadtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Portrait of Georg Brandes (1842-1927). Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Portrait of Georg Brandes (1842-1927). Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Portrait of Georg Brandes (1842-1927). Found in the collection of Royal Museum of Fine Arts, Antwerp

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Portrait of Leonid Pasternak (1862-1945), 1923. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Portrait of Leonid Pasternak (1862-1945), 1923. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Portrait of Leonid Pasternak (1862-1945), 1923. Found in the collection of the Kunsthalle, Hamburg

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: The Blinded Samson, 1912. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

The Blinded Samson, 1912. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
The Blinded Samson, 1912. Found in the collection of the Staatliche Museen, Berlin

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Portrait of Alfred Kuhn, 1923. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Portrait of Alfred Kuhn, 1923. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Portrait of Alfred Kuhn, 1923. Found in the collection of the Leopold Museum, Vienna

Background imageLovis 1858 1925 Collection: Flower Vase on a Table, 1922. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)

Flower Vase on a Table, 1922. Artist: Corinth, Lovis (1858-1925)
Flower Vase on a Table, 1922. Found in the collection of the Albertina, Vienna


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"Capturing the Essence of an Era: Lovis Corinth (1858-1925)" Step into the world of Lovis Corinth, a renowned German artist whose works spanned from fashion shows to portraits of influential figures. In 1921, Corinth's brushstrokes brought a vibrant Fashion Show to life, showcasing his artistic prowess. His attention to detail was equally evident in his portrait of Otto von Bismarck in 1915, immortalizing the legacy of this great statesman. Corinth's talent extended beyond politicians; he also depicted Friedrich Ebert, President of the German Reich in 1924. The poet Herbert Eulenberg and dramatist Gerhart Hauptmann were among other notable personalities captured by Corinth's skilled hand during their respective eras. Intriguingly, Corinth explored self-portraiture as well. In his self-portrait donning armor from 1911, we catch a glimpse into the artist's introspective nature and perhaps his desire for protection amidst turbulent times. Another striking self-portrait created around 1925 showcases how Corinth evolved over time. Not limited to individuals alone, Corinthians' artistry also delved into mythology with "Leda" in 1890—a captivating portrayal that merges beauty and myth effortlessly. Additionally, Cesare Borgia (Arthur Kraft) became another subject for Corinthians' brushwork in 1914—an intriguing exploration into historical characters. Max Halbe found himself immortalized through Corinthians' lens in a powerful portrait from 1917—proof that even lesser-known figures could inspire greatness within art. And who could forget Martin Luther? Corinthians' depiction between 1920-1921 captures both the spirit and determination behind one of history's most significant religious reformers. Finally, an Italian woman seated gracefully on a yellow chair captivated Corinthians' attention in 1912—a testament to his ability to capture not only individuality but also the essence of a particular time and place.