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Ludwig Meidner

Portrait of a Girl, 1921

Charcoal on paper
33 1/2 × 25 3/10 in
85 × 64.2 cm
This is a unique work.
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Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
London
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Immigrated to Great Britain 1939

Ludwig Meidner was born into a German-Jewish family and studied in …

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Immigrated to Great Britain 1939

Ludwig Meidner was born into a German-Jewish family and studied in Breslau, Berlin and Paris. In 1912 his series of Apocalyptic Landscapes anticipated the carnage and destruction of the First World War and he exhibited with Herwarth Walden’s influential gallery, Der Sturm. In 1937 he …

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Ben Uri Gallery and Museum
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Immigrated to Great Britain 1939

Ludwig Meidner was born into a German-Jewish family and studied in …

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Immigrated to Great Britain 1939

Ludwig Meidner was born into a German-Jewish family and studied in Breslau, Berlin and Paris. In 1912 his series of Apocalyptic Landscapes anticipated the carnage and destruction of the First World War and he exhibited with Herwarth Walden’s influential gallery, Der Sturm. In 1937 he …

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Image rights
© Ludwig Meidner estate

Ludwig Meidner

Portrait of a Girl, 1921

Charcoal on paper
33 1/2 × 25 3/10 in
85 × 64.2 cm
This is a unique work.
Permanent collection
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