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Malerin an der Staffelei | o. D.
Malerin an der Staffelei | o. D.
Malerin an der Staffelei   | o. D.

Malerin an der Staffelei | o. D.

Hanna Bekker vom Rath

1893 Frankfurt am Main — 1983 Bad Nauheim

Johanna (Hanna) Bekker vom Rath received drawing and painting lessons at an early age, studying under Marie Paquet-Steinhausen in her studio at the Städel in Frankfurt am Main. From 1913 onwards, Bekker vom Rath studied under Ottilie W. Roederstein. In 1921 she bought a house in Hofheim am Taunus that became known as the Blue House on account of its colour, and which later became a refuge for persecuted artists and intellectuals. Bekker vom Rath often travelled to Berlin and was interested in the art of the avant-garde. She built a studio adjoining her house in Hofheim, and many persecuted artists used it as a temporary working space in the 1930s.

Artist works

Porträt Alexej von Jawlensky (1864–1941) | 1944
Portrait of Alexej von Jawlensky (1864–1941) | 1944
Oil on hardboard
54 x 45 cm
(Foto: Hubert Auer )
Malerin an der Staffelei   | o. D.
Woman painter at her easel | no date
Oil on canvas (folded)
68 x 56 cm
Blumen in gelber Vase  | 1928
Flowers in a yellow vase | 1928
Oil on canvas
50 x 44 cm
Porträt Ottilie W. Roederstein (1859–1937) | 1928
Portrait of Ottilie W. Roederstein (1859–1937) | 1928
Oil on canvas
50 x 44 cm
Gebirgslandschaft mit See  | o. D.
Mountainous landscape with lake | no date
Oil on canvas
44 x 56 cm
Herrenporträt Otto von Rottenburg  | o. D.
Portrait of a man: Otto von Rottenburg | no date
Oil on canvas
44 x 56 cm
Gebirgslandschaft | 1944
Mountainous landscape | 1944
Oil on hardboard
54 x 45 cm
(Rückseite von Porträt Alexej von Jawlensky (1864–1941) auf Louis-Philippe-Sofa)

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Landschaft in Hessen | 1936
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Porträt Käthe Schmitz Imhoff (1893–1985) | 1927/28
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Fischer beim Einholen ihrer Netze | o. D.
Mommie Schwarz
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Selbstporträt | o. D.
Alfred Mez
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Häuser im Wald | o. D.
August Wilhelm Dressler
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London | 1940
Samson Schames
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