karl Knaths

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Karl Knaths (Octo – March 9, ) was an American artist whose personal approach to the Cubist aesthetic led him to create paintings which, while abstract, contained readily identifiable subjects. In addition to the Cubist painters, his work shows influence by Paul Cézanne, Wassily Kandinsky, Utagawa Kuniyoshi, Paul Klee, Stuart.

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Karl Knaths [Paul Mocsanyi, Duncan Phillips, Karl Knaths] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Karl KnathsAuthor: Paul Mocsanyi. An edited transcription of Knaths, Ornament and Glory that includes facsimile reproductions of about half the manuscript pages was published in Jean and Jim Young, Ornament and Glory: Theme and Theory in the Work of Karl Knaths (Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.: Edith C.

Blum Art Institute, Milton and Sally Avery Center for the Arts, The Bard College Born: Karl Knaths, an early modernist who worked in a cubist idiom, was born Otto G. Knaths in Wisconsin in In Knaths enrolled at the Art Institute of Chicago, graduating in As a guard at the Chicago presentation of the Armory Show (), he was first exposed to modernism and began to incorporate into his art aspects of the.

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Karl Knaths, five decades of painting;: A loan exhibition5/5(1). Karl Knaths () Book, Shell & Ship signed 'Karl Knaths'(lower left)--signed again, dated '' and inscribed with title and 'Ptown' (on the stretcher) oil on canvas 30 x.

Estimate: $2, - $3, Description: Karl Knaths ( - ) Karl (Otto Karl) Knaths was active/lived in Massachusetts, Wisconsin / USA.

Karl Knaths is known for cubist still life-figure, non-ob, printmaking. Oil on board Painting Size: 19 1/2 x 15 in. Frame Size: 23 x 19 in. Created in 's Signed lower right Artist: Karl Knaths Private Collection of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Karl Knaths. Giorgione Book. Oil on canvas. 40 x 20” ( x cm).

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Gift of John S. Newberry. Painting and Sculpture. Karl KnathsAmerican, - Born in Wisconsin inKarl Knaths studied at the Milwaukee Art Institute and for five years at the Art Institute of Chicago. Inhe settled for the rest of his life in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Building his own house, he lived simply and modestly while earning a distinctive national his unique Cubism and Expressionism, he combined.

Karl Knaths: Five Decades of Painting by Introduction by Charles Edward Eaton, Catalogue by Isabel Patterson Eaton and a great selection of related books, art. Karl Knaths. Book, Shell & Ship, oil on canvas. Painting. 30 x 40 in. ( x cm.) Signed.

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8 was once home to the abstract painter Karl Knaths, whom The New York Times called “a musician in color”; his wife, Helene; and her sister, Agnes Weinrich, who cofounded the New York Society of Women Artists. Knaths arrived in town in and stayed because it was cheap and quiet.

Karl Knaths, who lived in Provincetown, Massachusetts, from until his death inwas one of the first Americans whose work found its way into Albert Gallatin's Gallery of Living Art. By virtue of his residence away from New York, Knaths was never an active member of the American Abstract Artists.

KARL KNATHS (–) Geranium in Night Window, Geranium in Night Window demonstrates Knaths's early style, which reveals the influences of European modernism prior to his later explorations of cubism. Knaths's personal vision is apparent, shown in his vigorous and expressive use of color to reveal the mystical qualities of nature.

Karl Knaths papers,bulk Series 1: Biographical Material, circa s This site provides access to the papers of Karl Knaths in the.

The Karl Marx Tree. The story about the naming of the Karl Marx Tree, now more popularly known as the General Sherman Tree, is instructive about how history gets made. As previously noted, the Karl Marx Tree in the Giant Forest is, by volume, the largest known living tree in the world.

The Kaweah Colonists didn’t know that, but they knew it. View 2 works: Interior Scene and Open Book; Deer at Moonlight By Karl Knaths; crayon and pencil; 3 1/2 x 7 in ( x cm); 4 x 5 in ( x cm). Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt. Here Karl Knaths has lived all the forty years of his creative life since leaving his native Wisconsin.

Now sixty-seven, Knaths is big and sturdy, with ruddy weathered complexion, blue eyes, and fair hair a little grayed -- a face that shows his German ancestry, and that might appear in a Cranach portrait. Helen Weinrich Knaths ( or ) was the wife of artist and teacher Karl Knaths.

She was born as Lena (Lee) Weinrich on a farm in Des Moines County, Iowa. Her sister, Agnes Weinrich, studied painting at the Art Institute of Chicago, in Paris duringand beginning inin Provincetown, where she and Helen met Karl Knaths.

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Signed Karl Knaths on the lower left corner. 48 x cm ( x inches). Frame size: x cm ( x inches). PROVENANCE: Southern Ontario estate Karl Knaths was an American artist whose personal approach to the Cubist aesthetic led him to create paintings which, while abstract, contained readily identifiable subjects.

A painter recognized for his highly individual interpretation of Cubism, Karl Knaths was born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, in He grew up in the Midwest, and inhe moved to Chicago, where he studied at the School of the Art Institute for four years.

Karl Knaths. Born:Eau Claire, Wisconsin Died:Hyannis, Massachusetts Also Known as: Otto Karl Knaths. Karl Knaths, who lived in Provincetown, Massachusetts, from until his death inwas one of the first Americans whose work found its way into Albert Gallatin's Gallery of Living Art.

Four american expressionists: doris caesar, chaim gross, karl knaths, and abraham rattner (Book) Directions, concerns and critical perceptions of paintings exhibited in New York, Abraham Rattner and his contemporaries by Piri Halasz ().

“Gathering Quahogs (Clams)” by Provincetown, Massachusetts artist Karl Knaths () was removed from a collection of original block prints printed and published in Provincetown by Paul Smith in under the title “A Modern Pilgrim's Print Book.” It is also known as the PAAM chap. Karl Knaths, one of America's most honored artists who had many ties to old Burlington, died Tuesday at the age of Death came at 4p.m.(CST) at Provincetown, Mass.

Mrs. Knaths who survives is the former Helen Weinrich of Yarmouth and Burlington. Talk:Karl Knaths Jump to I have just modified one external link on Karl Knaths. Please take a moment to review my edit. If you have any questions, or need the bot to ignore the links, or the page altogether, please visit this simple FaQ for additional information.

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I made the following changes. Spine and book edges lightly rubbed. A very good copy. x hardcover book published to commemorate the tenth American Abstract Artists annual exhibition inwith 36 black and white plates and text composed of essays written by group members.

Alexandre P Rosenberg, 66, Art Dealer and Book Collector. By John Russell. (Karl Knaths, above all), and from ''Ingres in American Collections'' to .‘Composition’ was created in by Karl Knaths in Cubism style. Find more prominent pieces of genre painting at – best visual art : Karl Knaths.

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