A highly illustrated critical biography of groundbreaking artist Paula Modersohn-Becker, harbinger of the modernist movement.
Nineteenth-century German artist Paula Modersohn-Becker (1876-1907) defied every convention of an artist at the time: she was a professional female artist, she painted everyday scenes of women’s life and self-portraits—including during her pregnancy—and she used a rich, earthy palette, including many pinks. In this accessible introduction to the artist, art historian Uwe M. Schneede tells the story of how Modersohn-Becker became one of the most important artists of the modern movement. Hardcover, 240 pages.
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