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Liegender Akt | 1910
Liegender Akt | 1910
Liegender Akt | 1910

Liegender Akt | 1910

Rudolf Levy

1875 Stettin — 1944 Carpi bei Modena

Rudolf Levy was born into a well-to-do Jewish business family in Stettin. He first trained as a carpenter in Berlin, then in 1895 enrolled at the School of Arts and Crafts in Karlsruhe, where he became acquainted with Hans Purrmann. In 1899 he moved into a studio in Munich and enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts, though he did not pass his final exams. He then entered the private painting school run by Heinrich Knirr. In autumn 1903, Levy and his friend Walter Bondy moved to Paris, where the Café du Dôme became the focal point for a group of artists that gathered around Levy, Purrmann and Bondy.

 

Artist works

Blumenstrauß in Keramikkrug | um 1910
Bouquet of flowers in a ceramic jug | ca. 1910
Oil on cardboard
64.8 x 53.8 cm
(Photo: Florian Stürzenbaum ©️ Rudolf Levy)
Liegender Akt | 1910
Reclining nude | Paris 1910
Oil on canvas
97 x 130 cm
Blumenstrauß in Keramikkrug | um 1910
Bouquet of flowers in a ceramic jug | ca. 1910
Oil on cardboard
71.8 x 53.7 cm
(Photo: Florian Stürzenbaum ©️ Rudolf Levy)

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