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Kokoschka in His Time

E. H. Gombrich

Kokoschka in His Time

Lecture Given at the Tate Gallery on 2 July 1986

by E. H. Gombrich

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Published by University of Washington Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Criticism,
  • Individual Painters - 20th Century,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Art

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9669266M
    ISBN 100295967579
    ISBN 109780295967578

    Arond this time, Kokoschka had a turbulent love affair with Gustave Mahler's widow, Alma. The affair lasted two years. The affair lasted two years. Before World War I, he split his time between Berlin and Vienna and concentrated on portraiture. Oskar Kokoschka, works on paper: the early years, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, June Aug by Oskar Kokoschka (Book) Orbis pictus, the prints of Oskar Kokoschka, selected from the collection of Reinhold, Count Bethusy-Huc by Oskar Kokoschka (Book).

    Oskar Kokoschka: The Artist and his Time, A Biographical Study Home Ebooks Oskar Kokoschka: The Artist and his Time, A Biographical Study Files available. Kokoschka was born in in Pöchlarn in Austria. At the age of one, his family moved to Vienna where Kokoschka spent his youth. From to Kokoschka was educated at the Viennese School of Arts and Craft (Kunstgewerbeschule Wien). His first serious attempts as a writer date back to this period.

    Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Oskar Kokoschka, Kokoschka, Oskar Kokoschka, , Das schriftliche Werk, Spur im Treibsand, Mein Leben, Londoner Ansichten, englische Landschaften, Jerusalem facesWritten works: Oskar Kokoschka: Letters This was the first graphic work by the painter Oskar Kokoschka. At the time Kokoschka published this book, he was an unknown, twenty-one year old prodigy; sadly, only a few copies were sold, and the remainder of the edition was only issued ten years later in a new binding by the German publisher Kurt : Oskar KOKOSCHKA.


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Kokoschka Kokoschka in His Time book his time: Lecture given at the Tate Gallery on 2 July (Tate modern masters) Paperback – January 1, byCited by: 1. Kokoschka in His Time: Lecture Given at the Tate Gallery on 2 July [Gombrich, E. H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Kokoschka in His Time: Lecture Given at the Tate Gallery on 2 July /5(1).

Oskar Kokoschka the Artist & His Time Hardcover – January 1, by J P Hodin (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: J P Hodin. Oskar Kokoschka was an Austrian artist, poet, playwright, and teacher best known for his intense expressionistic portraits and landscapes, as well as his theories on vision that influenced the Viennese Expressionist movement.

Oskar Kokoschka Oskar Kokoschka inby Erling Mandelmann Born1 March Pöchlarn, Austria-Hungary Died22 February Born: 1 MarchPöchlarn, Austria-Hungary. At about this time Kokoschka began his career as a writer, composing several plays that heralded the new Expressionist theatre and expressed his compassionately humanist philosophy.

A good many other Kokoschka legends are reappraised in the course of Mr. Whitford's book, legends about the young Kokoschka in particular. When he first showed his work in public, for example, at.

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i must admit, i have never heard of oscar kokoschka. they had a display of various books at the library when i was there, and the cover (it's a self-portrait) caught my eye, so i took it out of the library. i quite often choose books in that matter i like the cover, or it's put out by a publisher i like, or it's literary fiction in translation often i don't even bother to read the blurb on /5.

Kokoschka´s most famous painting,»The Bride of the Wind«, testifies to this anguished time. When Alma became pregnant by him but had the child aborted, she caused him such a blow that he was never able to recover from it.

She sealed his physical downfall by sending him to the front as a volunteer, where he received a serious bayonet injury. William Boyd. Fri 3 Feb books or reproductions that occurred. Suddenly everyone loved Schiele and was enthralled by his short, tormented life.

Oskar Kokoschka, born in Kokoschka in His Time: Lecture (Tate modern masters) Paperback – 1 Dec. by Ernst H. Gombrich (Author)5/5(1). Oskar Kokoschka () is one of Austria's finest Expressionist artists.

His paintings are renowned and admired for their vivid colour and restless energy. This book focuses on the early portraits that Kokoschka painted in Vienna and Berlin on the eve of World War I/5. Kokoschka was not interested in such subjects, as he only excelled in art, and spent most of his time reading classic literature during his lessons.

One of Kokoschka's teachers suggested he pursue a career in the fine place: Pöchlarn, Austria. Oskar Kokoschka was born in in Pöchlarn, a small town on the Danube, kilometers west of Vienna.

His father Gustav, from a German patrician family of goldsmiths, was a travelling salesman and, his mother Maria Romana (née Loidl) was a forester's daughter from the state of Styria in south east : To find his subjects' souls, Kokoschka has stripped away their flesh, leaving sadness, suffering, and pain.

"Franz Hauer, ," by Oskar Kokoschka, oil on canvas, 47 1/4 by 41 1/4 inches, Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, R.I. Hauer was an important art collector in Vienna and owned the Griechenbeisi restaurant there.

Get this from a library. Oskar Kokoschka: the artist and his time, a biographical study. [J P Hodin]. Created just a year after The Dreaming Boys, Kokoschka's Self-portrait as Warrior declares his break with Jugendstijl and decorative arts and affirms his commitment to an expressionistic art.

The artist subverts the traditional form of the portrait bust by. The Legacy of Oskar Kokoschka. In his long career, Kokoschka was never formally part of a movement or group of artists; nevertheless, his work is most often considered as an exponent of Expressionism.

His early theater work launched Expressionist theater in Europe, and his illustrations would impact graphic design. Miraculously, he survived the ordeal and after a treatment in Dresden, Kokoschka was once again sent to the front, this time to Italy. During this time Alma Mahler restarted her relationship with Walter Gropius, who also served during the war, and the two got married during one of his leaves.

They would go on to build a family with two children. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Get this from a library! Kokoschka in his time: lecture given at the Tate Gallery on 2 July [E H Gombrich; Tate Gallery.].Oskar Kokoschka is born in Pöchlarn on the Danube in Lower Austria on 1 Marchthe second child of the travelling salesman Gustav Kokoschka (himself from a Prague goldsmith’s family) and of Maria Romana, née Loidl, a forester’s daughter from the Alpine foothills of Steiermark.

His childhood is spent in Vienna.Ina book called The Dreaming Youths was published, and it featured illustrations by Kokoschka. They were done in a style that was indebted to Gustav Klimt, whose Secession group was going strong at the time. Kokoschka was teaching at the School of Arts and Crafts where he had studied himself under Franz Cizek.