Wolfsberg Art Museum, Ernst Morgenthaler
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Wolfsberg Art Museum

Artist: Ernst Morgenthaler
Year: 1949
Size: 128 x 90 cm / 50.4 x 35.4″
Price: CHF350

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The famous Bernese painter Ernst Morgenthalter was working and living amongst the Swiss artists Hodler, Burri, Amiet or Wieland. His works reflect a subtle and careing approach and his themes always concentrate on motives of his own daily life. He once said that he could only draw and create what he had seen or lived himself. This is a poster promoting his own exhibition at the Wolfsberg Gallery Zurich in 1949.

Artist: Ernst Morgenthaler

Ernst Morgenthaler was born in 1887 in the canton of Berne. He didn’t like his first job as a clerk, so he dedicated himself to drawing instead. In 1912 and 1913 he took drawing courses in Zurich and Berlin, and at 27 he went to Cuno Amiet to learn oil painting. In 1915 he met Paul Klee in Munich. In 1920, he started being successful and taking part in numerous exhibitions. In 1928 he moved to Paris with his fam... more

Ernst Morgenthaler was born in 1887 in the canton of Berne. He didn’t like his first job as a clerk, so he dedicated himself to drawing instead. In 1912 and ...

1913 he took drawing courses in Zurich and Berlin, and at 27 he went to Cuno Amiet to learn oil painting. In 1915 he met Paul Klee in Munich. In 1920, he started being successful and taking part in numerous exhibitions. In 1928 he moved to Paris with his fam... more
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