|Max Beckmann Gallery
|Max Beckmann (1884-1950)
Max Beckmann was born in Leipzig and settled in Berlin in 1904.
His first solo show came in 1912.
Beckmann taught art in Frankfurt am Main from 1915, but was dismissed from his post by the Nazi Party in 1933.
His art was condemned as Entartete Kunst (degenerate art) by the Nazis in 1937.
Many of his works represent scenes from everyday life.
They often show grotesque, mutilated bodies, and are seen as commenting on the wrong-doings of the German government in the 1920s and 1930s.
Still Life with Fallen Candles
Still life with sharply contrasting darks and lights shows draped table with candles and fruit. One candle in candle stick at left leans right on blue pear-shaped fruit. Another candle in candlestick at right lies to the left on grapes. Two short candles burn behind it. Background is very dark at right, but left edge has brightly lit tulip-patterned wall paper in white and yellow.
Dimensions 22 x 24 3/4 in. 55.9 x 62.9 cm
Medium Oil on canvas
Detroit Institute of Arts
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