Lot 6986: Wilhelm Schreuer (1866 - 1933) - winterliche Manöverszene mit Feldartillerie 1903

Hermann Historica GmbH

November 3, 2016, 10:00 AM CET
Munich, Germany
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Description: Mischtechnik auf verstärktem Papier. Im Vordergrund bringt sich Artillerie in Stellung, davor kommandierender Offizier mit Trompeter, im Hintergrund Heereseinheiten. Rechts unten monogrammiert "WS" und datiert "VII . 03". In verglastem Rahmen. Maße gerahmt 83 x 108 cm. Wilhelm Schreuer (1866 - 1933) war ein bekannter Maler der Düsseldorfer Schule, der auf den großen internationalen Kunstausstellungen in Düsseldorf und Köln bis weit in die 1920er Jahre hinein mit seinen Werken vertreten war. 1906 kaufte das Wallraf-Richartz-Museum Köln sein Bild "Rosenmontag in Köln", das heute im Stadtmuseum zu sehen ist. Im Ersten Weltkrieg war Schreuer als malender Kriegsberichterstatter an den Fronten in Frankreich und Belgien tätig. Charakteristisch für die Gemälde Wilhelm Schreuers ist seine lasierende Malweise mit verdünnten Farben auf nassem Grund, der meist auf geleimtem Papier aufgetragen wurde. Diese Maltechnik erfordert ein hohes Maß an Können, da größere Korrekturen fast nicht möglich sind, sowie eine rasche Arbeitsweise, weil nach etwa drei Tagen der Malgrund soweit getrocknet ist, dass ein weiteres Malen in den Grund unmöglich wird. Ein weiteres Kennzeichen der Kunst Wilhelm Schreuers ist die zurückgenommene Farbigkeit, die sich oft auf überwiegend tonige Farbwerte beschränkt. Dadurch wirken seine Bilder grisaillehaft und erinnern an flämische Altmeister.
Condition Report: II
Notes: Preußen Artillerie
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Due to changed regulations it is unfortunately no longer possible to send any kind of firearms from Germany to foreign destinations by regular mail service. We will, if possible, organise international shipping through forwarding agents or specialised courier services, however, with the consequence of noticeably higher shipping costs.



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En application de la nouvelle loi, nous sommes au regret de vous informer qu'il ne sera plus possible d'envoyer des armes à feu (incluyant les armes antiques) par la poste vers l'étranger. Toutefois, nous essayons d'organiser ces envois par entreprises de transport ou services courrier spécialisés, mais conséquemment les frais d'envoi seront sensiblement plus élevés.
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