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Herbert Fiedlerartist • painter • watercolourist • draughtsmanLeipzig 1891-1962 Amsterdam

biography of Otto 'Herbert' Fiedler

Herbert Fiedler is one of the leading German expressionists of the early twentieth century, and is mentioned in the same breath as painters such as Kirchner, Beckmann and Grosz. He visited the academy in Dresden, where the expressionist artist group Die Brücke brought up-to-date painting upside down. Then the painter lived alternately in Berlin and Paris. In 1935 he fled to Holland and settled in Laren. Fiedler was a pure artist with a very personal view of reality. He made sketches and scribbles anytime, anywhere, and his oeuvre also covers a wide range of subjects. Particularly in his use of color is still the influence of the French impressionists and Fauvists to be seen.

previously for salepaintings, watercolours and drawings by Herbert Fiedler

Herbert Fiedler | Café concert Paris, oil on canvas, 115.0 x 63.0 cm, signed l.r. and on the reverse and dated l.r. and on the reverse 'Paris 1913'

Herbert Fiedler

painting • previously for sale

Café concert Paris

Herbert Fiedler | Seated girl with doll, gouache on paper, 62.5 x 34.0 cm, signed l.c.

Herbert Fiedler

watercolour • drawing • previously for sale

Seated girl with doll

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