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The catalogue impressively presents how young and timeless the art of drawing still is today. The book brings together roughly 140 drawings from the holdings of the Graphische Sammlung (Collection of Prints and Drawings) of the Museum Pfalzgalerie Kaiserslautern, presented by renowned authors. The arc extends from Gustav Klimt, Max Slevogt, Hans Purrmann, and Kathe Kollwitz to Rudolf Levy, Emy Roeder, and Pablo Picasso to Karl Bohrmann, Bettina Blohm, and Malte Spohr, as well as to more recent acquisitions by Max Uhlig, Hanns Schimansky, Doris Kaiser, Barbara Hindahl, and Thomas Muller. Based on these works from the history of German art in particular, all the signifi cant trends of the past 150 years are delineated on the highest level and, beyond the exhibition, a fundamental work on drawing is presented.
Essays by Alexander Bastek, Stephan Dahme, Karoline Feulner, Sören Fischer, Christine Follmann, Daniela Koch, Benjamin Rux
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