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Albert Mueller

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Albert Mueller
around 1920
1884Born in Schwandorf in the district of Stockach
1908-13Studies at the Munich Academy under Hermann Groeber, Peter Halm and Adolf Hengeler
1913Moves to the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart. Basic studies with Christian Landenberger
1914Master student with Adolf Hölzel. Until 1916 studies with Johannes Itten as Hölzel's teaching substitute.
1918Joins the "Novembergruppe" in Berlin and regularly participates in its exhibitions.
1919Co-founder of the "Üecht-Gruppe" in Stuttgart. Participates in the
 "1st Autumn Show of New Art" in the Stuttgart Art Building.
1921Beginning of collaboration with Toku Bälz at the "Ludwigsburg Workshops
1923Publication of the lithograph portfolio "Jenseits im Diesseits" ("Beyond in this world")
1927Study trip to Paris
1929Co-founder of the "Gruppe 1929 Stuttgart". Appointment to the State School of Arts and Crafts in Stuttgart
1963Died in Bremen
Albert Mueller, master student of Adolf Hölzel, is an important representative of the Stuttgart avant-garde of the first third of the 20th century. In his artistic work, Mueller developed a formal reduction and an intense, explosive color power typical of him, which characterize both his paintings and his watercolors. Around 1920, his art became an expression of inner feelings, of spiritual values, of an "inner world view." The artist creates a fictitious world whose elements are symbolic appearances within transcendent spatial spheres. In the beginning, his brightly colored paintings took up stylistic elements of Cubism, later elements of New Objectivity. 
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