ARTISTS / Art after 1945
Julius Kaesdorf

At the desk
© Julius Kaesdorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

Julius Kaesdorf

Am Schreibtisch / At the desk, 1967

Oil on wood
15,5 × 24,5 cm

signed and dated in scratch on the reverse: Kaesdorf 1967
(KAESDJ/M 6)

€ 3.100
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As a painter Julius Kaesdorf is self-taught and loner, who developed his style with dilettante joy, because he was also completely independent with the bread profession of the lawyer. Close to naive painting, however, his horizon was much broader than his pictorial subjects might suggest - his Hungarian-German origins and his youth in Croatia and his later life in Upper Swabia made him a close observer of the so-called little man. The focus of his art was man in his existential fleetingness - he expresses this in the reduced colorfulness with light tones, but also through sparse spaces, of which his picture "At the Desk" is a good example.
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