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Kunsthalle Emden Offers a Comprehensive Review of Franz Radziwill's Career as a Painter
A visitor looks at a painting (R), entitled The Red and the Blue Boat in the Snow, 1935, by German painter Franz Radziwill (1895-1983) at the Art Hall Emden, in Emden, Germany. Art Hall Emden puts a retrospective on Radzwill, entitled Franz Radziwill: 111 Masterworks from Private Collections, on display from 15 January to 19 June. EPA/INGO WAGNER.
EMDEN.- The Kunsthalle Emden’s Jubilee Year begins with a comprehensive review of Franz Radziwill (1895 - 1983). Already in 1995, the Kunsthalle held a large retrospective of the artist which brought many of his fans from North Germany to Emden. In 2010, the Kunsthalle received a bundle of more than 70 works on permanent loan. This opulent growth gave the opportunity, again, to take a look at the broad work of the painter.

111 masterpieces by the painter Franz Radziwill can be seen from Saturday (15th) at the Kunsthalle in Emden. The extensive exhibition includes watercolors, drawings and paintings from the period between 1916 and 1969. “It spans from the early work of expressionist images of the new realism to the fantastic work of magical realism”, curator Cathy Henkel said on Friday at a preview. Shown are landscapes, cityscapes, marine paintings, still lifes and portraits.

Franz Radziwill was born as the first of seven children in Strohausen near Rodenkirchen on th lower Weser on 6 February 1895. Before turning to art Franz Radziwill first completed an apprenticeship as a brick-layer from 1909 to 1913. He studied architecture at the Höhere Technische Staatslehranstalt in Bremen until 1915 and also attended evening classes in figure drawing at the Kunstgewerbeschule. He was introduced to artist circles in Fischerhude and Worpswede by his teacher Karl Schwally, where Radziwill met Bernhard Hoetger, Otto Modersohn, Heinrich Vogeler and Clara Rilke-Westhoff. He also studied works by Van Gogh, Cézanne and Chagall.

After returning from a British prisoner-of-war camp in 1919 Radziwill settled in Berlin for a couple of years where he joined the 'Freie Secession' and the 'Novembergruppe'. He moved to Dangast on the North Sea in 1923, and had his first one-man exhibition in Oldenburg two years later, in 1925. In the same year, Radziwill increasingly abandoned the Expressionist style of his early work. He developed a friendship with Otto Dix in this year, who introduced him to the 'Neue Sachlichkeit' circles and worked together with Dix in his studio in Dresden until 1928. He participated in the large 'Neue Sachlichkeit' exhibition in the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam in 1929.

Radziwill was much praised when he took over Paul Klee's chair at the Düsseldorf Akademie in 1933. The Nazis forced him to resign two years later, however, and banned him from practising his profession. He fought in the war a second time from 1939 to 1945 and then returned to his house in Dangast, where he began painting religious subjects. The Oldenburg Kunstverein organised a large exhibition of Radziwill's work on his sixtieth birthday, which toured sixteen German cities.

The artist was awarded the Villa-Massimo Prize in 1963 and spent some time in Rome. Around the mid 1960s Radziwill began changing his older works by painting over them. The two most important exhibitions during the last decade of his life were the jubilee exhibitions on his eightieth birthday at the Landesmuseum Oldenburg (1975) and the so-far largest retrospective exhibition, with four hundred works, at the Staatliche Kunsthalle Berlin (1981). Most recently, his works have been on show at the Kunsthalle Emden in 1995 and in the exhibition 'Der Geist der Romantik in der deutschen Kunst' at the Haus der Kunst in Munich.





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