Erich Heckel:
Picture "The Ride (In the Tram)" (1916)
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Picture "The Ride (In the Tram)" (1916)
Erich Heckel:
Picture "The Ride (In the Tram)" (1916)

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limited, 20 copies | signed | lithograph | framed | size 53.5 x 43 cm

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Picture "The Ride (In the Tram)" (1916)
Erich Heckel: Picture "The Ride (In the Tram)" (1916)

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Picture "The Ride (In the Tram)" (1916)

Original lithograph, 1916. Signed by hand. Edition of 20 copies. Catalogue raisonné Ebener/ Gabelmann: 697L III. Motif size 25.6 x 21.1 cm. Sheet size 50.5 x 35.5 cm. Size in frame 53.5 x 43 cm as shown.

About Erich Heckel

Erich Heckel (1883-1970) is one of the most important artists of German Expressionism. In 1905, together with Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff and Fritz Bleyl, he founded the legendary artists' group "Die Brücke" in Dresden, which later Max Pechstein, Emil Nolde and Otto Mueller joined.

After World War I Heckel developed a new, cosmopolitan classicism that was accompanied by a more naturalistic approach and a brightening of the palette. In the 1920s, he produced numerous landscape works, including the unusually large charcoal drawing of the 'Westerholz Mill', which is still a popular touristic destination in Schleswig-Holstein.

Erich Heckel's works are represented in the world's leading museums and collections.

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