ARTISTS / Art after 1945
Emil Schumacher

B - 32/1971
© Emil Schumacher / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Emil Schumacher

B - 32/1971, 1971

Oil on canvas
125 × 109 cm

signed and dated lower right: Schumacher 1971 on the reverse exhibition label of the Museum Quadrat Bottrop, Moderne Galerie 1990
(SCHUME/M 37)

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Literature: Ausst.Kat. Emil Schumacher. Works 1960 to 1971, Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf 1971, with ill. o. p.

The evolutionary method by which Emil Schumacher proceeded in his pictorial invention becomes particularly clear in the painting "B-32" created in 1971. Schumacher's works were always created in dialogue between the painter and his painting, i.e. a still empty canvas had to be "countered" by something as a pictorial response, whether it was a furrowed line, a spreading stain, a crusted painting surface or even a partial destruction of the painting ground. The dynamism and dynamism contained in such a creative process can be seen in this work, which is limited to the three color tones of brown, white and black. Although the subject of the painting is, as is usual in Schumacher's paintings, non-representational, figurative elements are nevertheless embedded, which in their moments of recollection evoke distant essence from the world of objects and awaken memories of landscapes, animals or people.
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