In the war, things were in terrible turmoil. What I had learned at the academy was of no use to me and the useful new ideas were still unready....Everything had broken down and new things had to be made out of the fragments; and this is Merz. It was like a revolution within me, not as it was, but as it should have been. In 1918 Schwitters met the. Whilst Schwitters still created work in an.
Into 1919 and would continue to paint. Up to his death in 1948 , his first. Influenced in particular by recent works by.Would appear in late 1918 , which Schwitters dubbed. After a fragment of found text from the sentence. Either in late 1918 or early 1919 , according to the memoirs of. The Dadaists rejected the application because of Schwitters' links to. In general, which were seen by the Dadaists as hopelessly romantic and obsessed with aesthetics. Though not a direct participant in the.
Group's activities, Schwitters employed. In his work, used the word itself in his own collages, and would later give.
Throughout Europe on the subject, along with. In many ways his work was more in tune with neighboring. Approach; examples of his work were published in the last Zürich Dada publication.
November 1919 , alongside the work of. And his wife, the artist.
Whilst his work was far less political than key figures in Berlin Dada, such as. He would remain close friends with various members, including Hannah Hoch and Raoul Hausmann , for the rest of his career.
In the late 1920s he also became a well-known. His best-known work was the catalogue for the.In 1924 he ran an advertising agency called. Which held the accounts for. Biscuits, amongst others, and became the official typographer for. Would become a major part of Schwitter's. Most of the works attempt to make coherent aesthetic sense of the world around Schwitters, using fragments of f. These fragments often make witty allusions to current events. "Merzpicture 29a, Picture with Turning Wheel". 1920 , for instance, combines a series of wheels that only turn clockwise, alluding to the general political drift Rightwards across Germany. Autobiographical elements also abound; test prints of graphic designs; bus tickets; ephemera given by friends.
American POP ARTIST and COLLAGIST. Said, after seeing an exhibition of Schwitters' work at the. I felt like he made it all just for me.Schwitters spent considerable time in. And later married a young English woman half his age. The collage is not dated but is circa 1920s. Assembled and glued down onto a tan cardboard sheet.
And NOT a litho, print or copy of any kind. The paper view-size measures: 9 5/8" x 7 1/4" (24 1/2 cm x 18 cm). The drawing is HAND-SIGNED, in INK.In GOOD CONDITION with some surface and edge-wear. Note: this work is almost 90 years old! Possibly of historical or political importance. But also with the option to. Now GREATLY REDUCED with a LOW, LOW starting price for an original work by this great and influential German artist. Please take advantage of our EXTRA-LOWERED SALE PRICE! Way b elow current market values! For this LISTED & HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE ARTIST! Now over 80 % OFF only for our New Year's Sale!
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