泰滕韋斯 1863 - 1928 慕尼黑
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Franz von Stuck is one of the most celebrated German Symbolist painters and draughtsmen. As the co-founder of the Munich Secession (1892) he took a central role in German avant-garde circles.

Stuck’s works are emblematic of this period, but he also lived during the Weimar Republic and his influence extended to the modernist generation which he taught at the Munich Akademie, including Paul Klee (1879–1940), Wassily Kandinsky (1866–1944) and Josef Albers (1888-1976). His many creations have steadily been regaining critical attention and in 2013 Seattle’s Frye Art Museum presented the first monographic exhibition of Stuck’s work in the United States.

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Selected artworks

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Books on Franz von Stuck

Franz von Stuck, Of Menus and Mythology: Late Nineteenth-Century Print Graphics, New York, 2017.

Felix Krämer, Battle of the Sexes: Franz von Stuck to Frida Kahlo, exh. cat. Frankfurt, 2016.

Agnes Husslein-Arco, Alexander Klee, Sin and Secession: Franz von Stuck in Vienna, exh. cat. 2016.

Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker ed., Franz von Stuck, Seattle, 2013.

Eva Mendgen, Peter Bexte, The Art of Persuasion: the Trade Mark of Franz von Stuck, a successful Artistic Strategy, exh. cat. Tettenweis, 2002.

Edwin Becker, Franz von Stuck 1863-1928: Eros and Pathos, exh. cat. Zwolle, 1996.

Eva Mendgen, Franz von Stuck: 1863-1928, Cologne, 1995.

Heinrich Voss, Franz von Stuck 1863-1928: Werkkatalog der Gemälde mit einer Einführung in seinen Symbolismus, Munich, 1973.

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