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Wilhelm Rudolph

The Most Fantastic is the Reality. Painting and Woodcuts
Wilhelm Rudolph has been celebrated as a sensitive portrait artist and the person who revived the realistic woodcut. Even in the 1920s, his delicate and subtle painting and his succinct motifs cut out in wood made him famous beyond Dresden. His most important artistic credo was to reproduce reality.
This exhibition catalogue, featuring Rudolph’s woodcuts and paintings, provides an overview of his two most important areas of activity and forms an arc between his artistic beginnings, through the development of his characteristic realism to his use of impressionist traditions in his later career.

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"Wilhelm Rudolph"

ISBN 978-3-86678-987-6

21,00 x 26,00 cm

160 Pages

191 colored and 45 b/w illustrations

Hardcover, bound, without dust-jacket, without slipcase

Languages: German

Städtische Galerie Dresden und Museum Spendhaus Reutlingen

Ralf Gottschlich, Martin Schmidt, Johannes Schmidt

graphic design
Denise Walther, Heimatstuben, Dresden
"Wilhelm Rudolph. Das Phantastischste ist die Wirklichkeit. Malerei und Holzschnitte", 11.10.2014 – 11.1.2015, Städtische Galerie Dresden; 31.1. – 12.4.2015 im Museum Spendhaus Reutlingen