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Kliefert-Gießen, Mathilde (1887 Pries bei Kiel – 1978 Stralsund)

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Kliefert-Gießen, Mathilde (1887 Pries bei Kiel 1978 Stralsund) Portrait Luise (Gießen)Öl auf Leinwand, verso auf Keilrahmen signiert, vor 1910, Maße: 69x60 cm, verso Nachlaßstempel, hochwertig gerahmtMathilde Gießen begann mit dem Eintritt in die Malschule von Stoltenberg & Burmester in Kiel 1903 ihre künstlerische Ausbildung. Auf Empfehlung Burmesters vervollkommnete sie ab 1906 ihre Kenntnisse durch den Besuch der Düsseldorfer Kunstschule unter Adolf Schönnenbeck. Anregende Exkursionen führten sie von hier nach Amsterdam, Brüssel und Paris. Die hier gewonnenen Eindrücke blieben nicht ohne Wirkung auf ihr malerisches Schaffen. In der fruchtbarsten Schaffensperiode M.Kliefert-Gießens um 1910 entstanden eine Reihe herausragender Portaits, Akte und Landschaften voller Leuchtkraft und Sinnlichkeit. - Mathilde Kliefert-Giessen bekannte sich mit Stolz dazu, eines der sogenannten Malweiber zu sein, wie etwas abfällig die Frauen genannt wurden, die um das Jahr 1900 vor der Natur malten und dazu mit Staffelei, Pinsel und Palette ins Freie zogen. Da sie als Frauen in der Kunst noch nicht zum Studium zugelassen waren, hatten sie ihre Kunst in privatem Unterricht und in Malschulen gelernt. Diese hatten sich in der Nähe der Kunstakademien in München, Berlin oder Paris angesiedelt. - Bei vorliegendem Bildnis handelt es sich um ein Portrait der Schwester der Künstlerin. - Mathilde Gießen began her artistic training when she entered the Stoltenberg & Burmester painting school in Kiel in 1903. On Burmester's recommendation, she perfected her knowledge from 1906 by attending the Düsseldorf art school under Adolf Schönnenbeck. Exciting excursions took her from here to Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris. The impressions gained here did not remain without effect on her painterly work. In the most fruitful creative period of M.Kliefert-Gießen around 1910, a series of outstanding portraits, nudes and landscapes full of luminosity and sensuality were created. - Mathilde Kliefert-Giessen proudly confessed to being one of the so-called painting women, as the derogatory term was given to women who painted in front of nature around 1900 and also went outdoors with easels, brushes and a palette. Since they were not yet admitted to study as women in art, they had learned their art in private lessons and in painting schools. These had settled near the art academies in Munich, Berlin or Paris.
Kliefert-Gießen, Mathilde (1887 Pries bei Kiel 1978 Stralsund) Portrait Luise (Gießen)Öl auf Leinwand, verso auf Keilrahmen signiert, vor 1910, Maße: 69x60 cm, verso Nachlaßstempel, hochwertig gerahmtMathilde Gießen begann mit dem Eintritt in die Malschule von Stoltenberg & Burmester in Kiel 1903 ihre künstlerische Ausbildung. Auf Empfehlung Burmesters vervollkommnete sie ab 1906 ihre Kenntnisse durch den Besuch der Düsseldorfer Kunstschule unter Adolf Schönnenbeck. Anregende Exkursionen führten sie von hier nach Amsterdam, Brüssel und Paris. Die hier gewonnenen Eindrücke blieben nicht ohne Wirkung auf ihr malerisches Schaffen. In der fruchtbarsten Schaffensperiode M.Kliefert-Gießens um 1910 entstanden eine Reihe herausragender Portaits, Akte und Landschaften voller Leuchtkraft und Sinnlichkeit. - Mathilde Kliefert-Giessen bekannte sich mit Stolz dazu, eines der sogenannten Malweiber zu sein, wie etwas abfällig die Frauen genannt wurden, die um das Jahr 1900 vor der Natur malten und dazu mit Staffelei, Pinsel und Palette ins Freie zogen. Da sie als Frauen in der Kunst noch nicht zum Studium zugelassen waren, hatten sie ihre Kunst in privatem Unterricht und in Malschulen gelernt. Diese hatten sich in der Nähe der Kunstakademien in München, Berlin oder Paris angesiedelt. - Bei vorliegendem Bildnis handelt es sich um ein Portrait der Schwester der Künstlerin. - Mathilde Gießen began her artistic training when she entered the Stoltenberg & Burmester painting school in Kiel in 1903. On Burmester's recommendation, she perfected her knowledge from 1906 by attending the Düsseldorf art school under Adolf Schönnenbeck. Exciting excursions took her from here to Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris. The impressions gained here did not remain without effect on her painterly work. In the most fruitful creative period of M.Kliefert-Gießen around 1910, a series of outstanding portraits, nudes and landscapes full of luminosity and sensuality were created. - Mathilde Kliefert-Giessen proudly confessed to being one of the so-called painting women, as the derogatory term was given to women who painted in front of nature around 1900 and also went outdoors with easels, brushes and a palette. Since they were not yet admitted to study as women in art, they had learned their art in private lessons and in painting schools. These had settled near the art academies in Munich, Berlin or Paris.

19. Pommersche Kunstauktion

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