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1962 Max Ackermann German Lithograph. Printed in Germany on matte paper. Original vintage art print featuring the artists 'Triumph der Freude.


Size: 27.5”H x 19.25”W.


Condition: Good condition.


About the Artist - Max Ackermann

Max Ackermann (1887–1975) was a German expressionist painter known for his significant contributions to the art world. Born in Berlin, Ackermann studied at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts and later became associated with the New Objectivity movement. His early works displayed a strong affinity for color and form, influenced by Fauvism and Cubism.


Ackermann's artistic journey evolved during the 1920s and 1930s, exploring existential themes and the human condition. He gained attention for his emotionally charged paintings, marked by bold brushstrokes and intense colors. The Nazi regime condemned his work as "degenerate art," leading to the confiscation of many pieces.


Despite adversity, Ackermann continued to create thought-provoking art, incorporating symbolic elements and expressing a deep concern for humanity. After World War II, he became a professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe, influencing a new generation of artists. Max Ackermann's legacy endures through his expressive and socially conscious artworks, reflecting a lifelong commitment to artistic exploration and resilience against political suppression.

1962 Max Ackermann German Lithograph

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