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Jawlensky, Alexej von, 1864-1941; Jawlensky, Andreas, 1902-1984) Hutton-Hutschnecker, Leonard (introduction).

Published by Leonard Hutton Galleries,, New York (1987)

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About this Item: Leonard Hutton Galleries,, New York, 1987. Original Wraps. Condition: Good. Exhibition catalogue. 60 p. 56 ill. (48 color). Catalogue of 69 paintings exhibited (34 by Alexej Jawlensky and 35 by his son Andreas Jawlensky). Introduction by Leonard Hutton-Hutschnecker; biographies of the artists. Seller Inventory # 025798

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Jawlensky, Alexej von, 1864-1941) Leonard Hutton Galleries.

Published by Leonard Hutton Galleries,, New York (1965)

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About this Item: Leonard Hutton Galleries,, New York, 1965. Original Wraps. Condition: Good. [28] p. 22 ill. (11 color). Catalogue of 80 works exhibited. Foreword by Clemens Weiler; biographical chronology; list of exhibitions. 1903-1964. Seller Inventory # 002362

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Jawlensky, Alexej von, 1864-1941) Hutton-Hutschnecker, Leonard (introductory essay).

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About this Item: Leonard Hutton Galleries,, New York, 1980. Original Wraps. Condition: Very Good. Exhibition catalogue. 87 p. 41 ill. (40 color). Catalogue of 39 works exhibited, including 14 by Jawlensky and others by Marianne Werefkin, Wassily Kandinsky, Franz Marc, August Macke, Paul Klee, Gabriele Münter, Georg Tappert, Lyonel Feininger, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Emil Nolde and Hermann Max Pechstein, with provenance, exhibition history and bibliographical references for each. Introduction, "German Expressionists in America" by Leonard Hutton-Hutschnecker. Seller Inventory # 018357

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Jawlensky, Alexej von (1864-1941).

Published by [Das Original wurde 1931 gemalt] Obpacher AG Kunst im Druck, München 25, (ohne Jahresangabe, um 1970), (1970)

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About this Item: [Das Original wurde 1931 gemalt] Obpacher AG Kunst im Druck, München 25, (ohne Jahresangabe, um 1970), 1970. 58 x 28 cm (Bildformat), 75,6 x 43,6 cm (Rahmen), Obpacher Faksimile-Bildkunst. Gerahmt. Bildbeschreibung auf der Rückseite. Jawlensky, Pieroni-Jawlensky, Jawlensky Bianconi, Catalogue Raisonné, Vol. II, 1377. Seller Inventory # 3259AB

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Jawlensky, Alexej von (1864-1941)

Published by London : Sothebey's Publications (1998)

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About this Item: London : Sothebey's Publications, 1998. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dust wrapper with some minor loss, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. Physical description; 504 p. : ill. (some col.), 30 cm. Notes; Spine title : Alexej von Jawlensky : catalogue raisonné of the watercolours and drawings. "The Alexej von Jawlensky Archive." -- Spine. Includes bibliographical references. Summary; The fourth and last volume of the work of Alexej von Jawlensky covers the watercolours and drawings executed throughout his career. Over 1,200 works are included and illustrated, showing a variety of techniques - watercolour, pencil, chalk, charcoal, pastel, pen and ink, brush and ink, wax crayon and gouache. Also included are some 83 new additions to the oil oeuvre. Jawlensky's watercolours and drawings are considerably less well known than his oil paintings. They nevertheless amount to a substantial oeuvre of high artistic quality, treating broadly the same subjects as the oil paintings and belonging to most of the major series. Whether independant works, or variants of them, or preliminary studies for oil paintings, the watercolours vividly enhance appreciation of the artist's oeuvre. This volume is arranged in two parts. The first conatins watercolours and drawings dating from all stages of Jawlensky's working life, 1890 to 1938. The sedonc part is devoted to the contents of ten known sketchbooks, executed in the middle books, between around 1900 and 1920. The First World War, with the enforced departure from Munich and years spent in Switzerland, which during this period was a haven for many emigre artists and an international crossroads for experiemental new movements and ideas, amrked a turning point in Jawlensky's art. The watercolours of around 1917, for example, show Jawlensky reaching towards the new forms and approaches to colour that emerge in the series "Saviour's Faces" and "Abstract Heads." Some watercolours, especially works in the series "Variations on a Landscape Theme," more boldly approach complete abstraction than any of the oil paintings. Besides new biographical information and extensive exhibition and bibliographical data, the volume also includes two essays. In one, Michael Bockemuhl, Professor of Art History and Aestheitcs at the University of Witten, covers the dialogue between watercolour and oil media in Jawlensky's work. The other essay is by Angelica Jawlensky Bianconi on Jawlensky's stylistic evolution, in particular the genesis of each of his major series. These themes are taken up throughout the book in individual catalogue entries. Subjects; Jawlensky, Alexej von (1864-1941) - Catalogues raisonnés. Exhibition catalogues and specific collections ; Painting & paintings. Art / Individual Artists / General. Genres; Bibliography. Illustrated. 5 Kg. Seller Inventory # 229456

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Jawlensky, Alexej von (1864-1941)

Published by London : Sothebey's Publications (1998)

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About this Item: London : Sothebey's Publications, 1998. First Edition. Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dust wrapper with some minor loss, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered. Physical description; 504 p. : ill. (some col.), 30 cm. Notes; Spine title : Alexej von Jawlensky : catalogue raisonné of the watercolours and drawings. "The Alexej von Jawlensky Archive." -- Spine. Includes bibliographical references. Summary; The fourth and last volume of the work of Alexej von Jawlensky covers the watercolours and drawings executed throughout his career. Over 1,200 works are included and illustrated, showing a variety of techniques - watercolour, pencil, chalk, charcoal, pastel, pen and ink, brush and ink, wax crayon and gouache. Also included are some 83 new additions to the oil oeuvre. Jawlensky's watercolours and drawings are considerably less well known than his oil paintings. They nevertheless amount to a substantial oeuvre of high artistic quality, treating broadly the same subjects as the oil paintings and belonging to most of the major series. Whether independant works, or variants of them, or preliminary studies for oil paintings, the watercolours vividly enhance appreciation of the artist's oeuvre. This volume is arranged in two parts. The first conatins watercolours and drawings dating from all stages of Jawlensky's working life, 1890 to 1938. The sedonc part is devoted to the contents of ten known sketchbooks, executed in the middle books, between around 1900 and 1920. The First World War, with the enforced departure from Munich and years spent in Switzerland, which during this period was a haven for many emigre artists and an international crossroads for experiemental new movements and ideas, amrked a turning point in Jawlensky's art. The watercolours of around 1917, for example, show Jawlensky reaching towards the new forms and approaches to colour that emerge in the series "Saviour's Faces" and "Abstract Heads." Some watercolours, especially works in the series "Variations on a Landscape Theme," more boldly approach complete abstraction than any of the oil paintings. Besides new biographical information and extensive exhibition and bibliographical data, the volume also includes two essays. In one, Michael Bockemuhl, Professor of Art History and Aestheitcs at the University of Witten, covers the dialogue between watercolour and oil media in Jawlensky's work. The other essay is by Angelica Jawlensky Bianconi on Jawlensky's stylistic evolution, in particular the genesis of each of his major series. These themes are taken up throughout the book in individual catalogue entries. Subjects; Jawlensky, Alexej von (1864-1941) - Catalogues raisonnés. Exhibition catalogues and specific collections ; Painting & paintings. Art / Individual Artists / General. Genres; Bibliography. Illustrated. 5 Kg. Seller Inventory # 229456

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Jawlensky, Alexej von, Russian expressionist painter (1864-1941).

Published by Wiesbaden, 26. I. 1925. (1925)

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About this Item: Wiesbaden, 26. I. 1925., 1925. 4to. 1 page. In German, to the Schaller gallery in Stuttgart, concerning the price of Robert Delaunay's painting "La ville No. 1": "In possession of your letter from January 24, I hurry to inform you that I consider the price of 1500 Reichsmarks extremely little. I would definitely not entertain such an offer it if I were not, unfortunately, in financial difficulties at the moment. Perhaps you will be able to obtain a price of 1800 Reichsmarks after all. If it is not possible at all, I will agree to 1500 [.] " (transl.). Jawlensky had acquired the painting at the first exhibition of The Blue Rider in Munich in 1912; in 1924/25 he tried to sell the work which today is considered lost. - Some marginalia in red pencil, probably in the hand of the gallery owner. Left margin with punched holes (not touching text) and with receipt stamp. Seller Inventory # 47934

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Jawlensky, Alexej von, Russian expressionist painter (1864-1941).

Published by Baden, 15. VIII. 1933. (1933)

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About this Item: Baden, 15. VIII. 1933., 1933. Large 4to. 2 pp. In German, to the collector Tony (Antonia) Kirchhoff in Wiesbaden, written while taking the waters at Baden, Switzerland. Apart from providing impressions of his spa cure, Jawlensky writes about an exhibition he has seen at Zurich ("a wonderful exhibition (French painters): Renoir, Cezanne, Van Gogh, Goguin, Monet, Delakroa, Corot and others. Amazing. But they have become so cheap! [.]" (transl.), and about future plans. Seller Inventory # 45179

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Eigenh. Brief mit U. („Alexej") und eh.: Jawlensky, Alexej von,

Jawlensky, Alexej von, Maler (1864-1941).

Published by O. O. [Piestany?] und Wiesbaden, „Dienstag" (von fremder Hand: 2. IX.1930) bzw. 26. VII. 1935. (1935)

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About this Item: O. O. [Piestany?] und Wiesbaden, „Dienstag" (von fremder Hand: 2. IX.1930) bzw. 26. VII. 1935., 1935. 4 SS. 4to und die Karte. An die mit ihm befreundete Kunsthistorikerin Mela Escherich (1877–1956) in Wiesbaden-Rambach, der er von einem Kuraufenthalt berichtet: „Mela mein Liebling! Montag früh habe ich Ihren Kuss bekommen. Er war sehr süss. Ich kamm vom Bad ganz erschöpft und dieser Kuss hat mir Muht gegeben [.] Jetzt sind die letzten Tage der Kur. Ich bin erschöpft, ich bin zerbrochen. Oft scheint mir, dass ich nicht weiter leben kann – keine Kraft. Noch einige heisse Packungen, aber nur aushalten, aushalten. Ich mache alles um zu aushalten: ich phantasiere [.] ich esse mehr, aber meine Nerven sind oft so herunter, dass ich weinen möchte [.] Frau K. versteht meine Briefe nicht. Sie möchte nur liebe Worte höhren, sonst nichts. Und meine Briefe zu Ihr sind so tief, so voll Liebe – – aber Sie versteht nicht, Sie braucht nur äusserliche Worte, Schmeicheleien – – und ob das Lüge ist – ist ihr einerlei. So verschieden sind die Menschen und die Frauen besonders. Sie, Mela, verstehen zwischen Zeilen lesen und Frau K. will immer das bekommen, was man nicht sagen will [.] Jetzt muss ich mich anziehen. Frau Lubosch wollte kommen. Sie ist sehr lieb und so rein und klug und schön. Was will man noch mehr. Wir sind gute Freunde, wie das zwischen Russen existier[t] und selten zwischen Deutschen [.]" (undat. Brief). – „Was ist mit Ihnen? Man sieht Sie so lange nicht! Sind Ihre Augen schlechter geworden? Ich bin beunruhigt. Lassen Sie doch von Sich hören [.]" (Postkarte, 1935). Seller Inventory # 47004

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Jawlensky, Alexej von, Russischer Maler (1864-1941).

Published by Bad Schwalbach, 18. IX. 1927. (1927)

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About this Item: Bad Schwalbach, 18. IX. 1927., 1927. 2 Seiten. Quer-kl.-8vo. An Mela Escherich (Kunsthistorikerin, 1877-1956). – Jawlensky bedankt sich für eine Karte mit einem Aquarell von Repin. – Berichtet über den Versand einiger Exemplare des ,Fremdenblattes’ u. bittet Mela Escherich um Mithilfe: „Wenn Sie, mein Schutzengel würden so lieb sein einige N[ummern] zu anderen Menschen schicken, werde ich Ihnen innigst dankbar sein". – Die monogr. Skizze, etwa 3cm : 3 cm, in Feder u. Tinte zeigt einen Frauenkopf (Pieroni-Jawlensky IV, 623). – Mit zweizeiligem eigenh. Gruß mit Unterschrift von T. Kirchhoff, wohl Tony Kirchhoff, Frau des Sammlers Heinrich Kirchhoff, die von Jawlensky mehrfach portraitiert wurde. Seller Inventory # 59850

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Jawlensky, Alexej von, Russian expressionist painter (1864-1941).

Published by Baden (Switzerland), "Friday", i. e. [summer 1933]. (1933)

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About this Item: Baden (Switzerland), "Friday", i. e. [summer 1933]., 1933. 4to. 2 pp. To the collector Tony (Antonia) Kirchhoff in Wiesbaden, written while taking the waters at Baden, Switzerland. Jawlensky writes about about a trip to Basel, where he organised an exhibition of his paintings and attended a Marcel Gromaire exhibition. - Jawlensky was very close to the Wiesbaden collector Heinrich Kirchhoff and his wife and Tony; the relationship ended abruptly when it became known that Jawlensky and his frequent sitter Tony had been having an affair. Seller Inventory # 32237

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