Large-format illustrations, extensive biographies and a clearly structured list of the pictures in the collection, which currently contains over 350 works, document impressively the achievements of these artists, who were once ostracised and defamed as “degenerate”. Expanded by an interview with the collector, Heinz R. Böhme, and an art-historical and historical overview, the publication traces the fate and life’s work of an almost-forgotten generation of painters and thus permits the general public to rediscover these pioneering artistic positions.
Contributions by: H. R. Böhme, G. Ridler, R. Streibel
With a foreword by Wilfried Haslauer
272 pages, hardcover, 300 colour illustrations
Museum Kunst der Verlorenen Generation, Salzburg