Hans Bellmer, ‘La Poupée (with carpet beater)’, 1937, Phillips
Hans Bellmer, ‘La Poupée (with carpet beater)’, 1937, Phillips
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Hans Bellmer

La Poupée (with carpet beater), 1937

Gelatin silver print with hand colouring, mounted.
5 4/5 × 5 3/5 in
14.8 × 14.2 cm
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Hans Bellmer
German, 1902–1975
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Hans Bellmer adopted his controversial practice—the creation of provocative, often grotesque …

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Hans Bellmer adopted his controversial practice—the creation of provocative, often grotesque sculptures of pubescent female dolls—in the 1930s to rebel against the artistic rules and standards of beauty imposed by the Nazi government. After moving to Berlin in 1923, Bellmer became close with the Dada artists, …

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Hans Bellmer, ‘La Poupée (with carpet beater)’, 1937, Phillips
Hans Bellmer, ‘La Poupée (with carpet beater)’, 1937, Phillips
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About the work
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Phillips

Property Subject to Artist's Resale Right (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

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Property Subject to Artist's Resale Right (see Conditions of Sale for further information)

Please note that this lot is exhibited in a stock frame and is therefore sold unframed.

Hans Bellmer
German, 1902–1975
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Hans Bellmer adopted his controversial practice—the creation of provocative, often grotesque …

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Hans Bellmer adopted his controversial practice—the creation of provocative, often grotesque sculptures of pubescent female dolls—in the 1930s to rebel against the artistic rules and standards of beauty imposed by the Nazi government. After moving to Berlin in 1923, Bellmer became close with the Dada artists, …

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Hans Bellmer

La Poupée (with carpet beater), 1937

Gelatin silver print with hand colouring, mounted.
5 4/5 × 5 3/5 in
14.8 × 14.2 cm
Bidding closed
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