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1928
20th c
17 5/8 in. x 12 3/4 in. (44.8 cm x 32.4 cm)

Alexej Jawlensky , Russian born, (March 13, 1864–March 15, 1941)

Object Type: Painting
Creation Place: Europe, Germany, Hessen
Medium and Support: Oil on cardboard
Credit Line: The Milton Wichner Collection Bequest, 1979
Accession Number: 79-4.2
Current Location: Bin 42

Commentary
Of paintings like this one, the art critic Mela Escherich wrote in 1926, "Heads. The greatness of these quite unique and unprecedented creations lies in the supreme composure and ease with which technical problems appear to have been overcome, and in the freedom thus won for the unrestrained language of the heart. Through this wonderful harmony there flows the fervor of a melody by Brahms."

Exhibition
1991: "Alexej Jawlensky: From Appearance to Essence," January 17 - March 17, 1991, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California
1985: "The Blue Four - Lyonel Feininger, Alexej Jawlensky, Vasily Kandinsky and Paul Klee," April 14 - May 19, 1985, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California
1981: "The Milton Wichner Collection: Jawlensky, Kandinsky, Feininger, Moholy-Nagy, Fischinger," March 22 - July 5, 1981, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, California
1933: "The Blue Four," Los Angeles Museum (Los Angeles County Museum of Art), Los Angeles, California
1929: "Die Blauen Vier (The Blue Four)," Galerie Ferdinand Moeller, Berlin, Germany

Object Description
Abstract oil on cardboard portrait

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