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Woodstock Landscape(231 views)
Description: Emigrating from Germany at age 23, Konrad Cramer spent the rest of his career working out the problems of modernist painting and photography in Woodstock, NY. Vetted in the manifestos of The Blue Rider group, CramerÕs paintings bear both the imprint of Woodstock as well as the influence of Kandinsky. But it was the influence of Alfred Stieglitz that colored much of CramerÕs last thirty years, particularly in that Stieglitz impressed upon him the artistic power of the camera.
Provenance: Private collection, FL
Dimensions: 14 x 17 inches
Artist or Maker: Konrad Cramer
Medium: oil on canvas on panel
Date: c. 1918