Ernst Barlach Bronze Skulpture "Der Raecher" ( The Avenger ), 1914

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Bronze, brown patinated by Ernst Barlach ( 1870 - 1938 ) Inscribed and numbered on the plinth: E. Barlach 8/8. Stamped with the foundry mark: H.Noack.Berlin Provenance: Alfred Flechtheim. Dimensions: Width: 23.23 in ( 59 cm ), Height: 17.72 in ( 45 cm ) The Avenger is one of Barlach's most celebrated sculptures and has become regarded as one of the most compelling symbols of the German Expressionist Movement. The dynamic sculpture is a symbol of the war and the dissatisfaction with the political, economical and social conditions at that time. The powerful scene of a warrior striding forward and holding an enormous sword over his back accentuates the expressive language and the aggressivity of Barlach’s work.
Quantity:
1
Period:
1910-1919
Place of origin:
Germany
Style:
Expressionist
Dimensions (cm):
59H x 45W x
Dimensions (inch):
23,23H x 17,72W x
Creator / Artist:
Ernst Barlach
Material:
Bronze
Condition:
Very good;
Inventory ID:
FS/B 0009
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