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Lovis Corinth

Lovis Corinth Geschlachteter Ochse oil painting on canvas
Geschlachteter Ochse
Painting ID::  87754
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Lovis Corinth Geschlachteter Ochse oil painting on canvas



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  Lovis Corinth
  German Painter, 1858-1925 German painter and writer. He grew up on his family's farm and tannery. As a child he showed interest in art, taking informal lessons in drawing from a local carpenter and caricaturing his primary school teachers. Corinth's father sent him to secondary school in the nearby city of K?nigsberg (now Kaliningrad), where he lived with his widowed aunt. A superstitious woman fond of story-telling, she possessed what Corinth later described as a coarse temperament and an unrestrained, 'demonic' humour. These qualities and his aunt's bohemian acquaintances, including fortune-tellers and soothsayers, fascinated the young Corinth, accustomed to his more reserved parents.
  Geschlachteter Ochse
  Date 1905(1905) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 160.5 x 110.5 cm (63.2 x 43.5 in) cjr

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