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Armin Reumann

A German Impressionist
For a long time, the work of the Thuringian painter Malers Armin Reumann (1889–1952) survived only a footnote in the history of art. As a contemporary of the Expressionists, Reumann oriented himself on the masters of German Impressionism – Corinth, Liebermann, Slevogt.
His landscapes, portraits, still-lifes and interiors are all characterized by the spontaneous and intuitive capturing of a mood, of an atmospheric landscape and, in particular, of a natural light that defines the images in an interplay with an expressive “alla prima” layering of colour.
Once more, Armin Reumann’s position as one of the most important painters of the early twentieth Century has become clear.

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"Armin Reumann"

ISBN 978-3-86678-698-1

22,00 x 27,00 cm

176 Pages

134 colored and 1 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German

Kai Uwe Schierz
preface by
Kai Uwe Schierz
Felix Billeter, Viviane Kafitz and Reinhild Schneider
graphic design
Gerd Haubner
Exhibition „Armin Reumann. Ein deutscher Impressionist“, 20 May to 8 July 2012, Angermuseum Erfurt