Christian Rohlfs  (German, 1849-1938) 

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Christian Rohlfs, Häuser in Soest

 

Christian Rohlfs
Häuser in Soest
1907

Galerie Ludorff
Christian Rohlfs, Hockenfeld

 

Christian Rohlfs
Hockenfeld
1912

Galerie Utermann
Christian Rohlfs, Angler und Nixe

 

Christian Rohlfs
Angler und Nixe
1918

Galerie Utermann
Christian Rohlfs, Sommerfrische

 

Christian Rohlfs
Sommerfrische
1922

Galerie Nierendorf
Christian Rohlfs, Prophet

 

Christian Rohlfs
Prophet
1923

Galerie Nierendorf
Christian Rohlfs, Mutter und Kind

 

Christian Rohlfs
Mutter und Kind
1918

Galerie Nierendorf
Christian Rohlfs, Groteske Köpfe  (Ruhe und Leidenschaft) / Grotesque Heads (Calm and Passion)

 

Christian Rohlfs
Groteske Köpfe (Ruhe und Leidenschaft) / Grotesque Heads (Calm and Passion)
1915

Galerie Thomas
Christian Rohlfs, Ohne Titel (Groteske Figur) / untitled (groteque figure)

 

Christian Rohlfs
Ohne Titel (Groteske Figur) / untitled (groteque figure)
Galerie Thomas
Christian Rohlfs, Vase mit Blüten

 

Christian Rohlfs
Vase mit Blüten
1920-1927

Galerie Henze & Ketterer
Christian Rohlfs, Zwei Lotosblüten

 

Christian Rohlfs
Zwei Lotosblüten
1937

Galerie Nierendorf
Christian Rohlfs, Bunter Tulpenstrauss

 

Christian Rohlfs
Bunter Tulpenstrauss
1928

Galerie Nierendorf
Christian Rohlfs, Hexe mit Rabe

 

Christian Rohlfs
Hexe mit Rabe
Ron Krausz Kunsthandel
Christian Rohlfs, Spiel am Strand

 

Christian Rohlfs
Spiel am Strand
1928

Galerie Utermann
Christian Rohlfs, Nebliger Abend am See (Monte Tamaro am Lago Maggiore)

 

Christian Rohlfs
Nebliger Abend am See (Monte Tamaro am Lago Maggiore)
1933

Galerie Ludorff
Christian Rohlfs, Päonien auf Blau

 

Christian Rohlfs
Päonien auf Blau
1935

Galerie Ludorff
Christian Rohlfs, St. Crucis in Bad Sooden-Allendorf

 

Christian Rohlfs
St. Crucis in Bad Sooden-Allendorf
1923

Galerie Ludorff
Christian Rohlfs, Rote Tulpen

 

Christian Rohlfs
Rote Tulpen
1926

Galerie Ludorff
Christian Rohlfs, Blauer Mondschein am Lago Maggiore

 

Christian Rohlfs
Blauer Mondschein am Lago Maggiore
1933

Galerie Ludorff
Christian Rohlfs, Waldstück / Forest

 

Christian Rohlfs
Waldstück / Forest
Giese & Schweiger
Christian Rohlfs, Drei Frauen

 

Christian Rohlfs
Drei Frauen
1912

Jörg Maass Kunsthandel
Christian Rohlfs, Tod als Jongleur

 

Christian Rohlfs
Tod als Jongleur
1918-1919

Simon Theobald
Christian Rohlfs, Agyptische Tanzerin (Egyptian Dancer)

 

Christian Rohlfs
Agyptische Tanzerin (Egyptian Dancer)
circa 1913

Simon Theobald
Christian Rohlfs, Drei Enten

 

Christian Rohlfs
Drei Enten
1915

Galerie Henze & Ketterer & Triebold
Christian Rohlfs, Sonnenblumen

 

Christian Rohlfs
Sonnenblumen
Janine Arnold Art Consulting
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1849   Born in Niendorf, Germany
1870   Studies under Paul Thumann at Grand-Ducal Academy, Weimar, Germany
1881   Moves into his own studio together with the painter Eddelbüttel, Weimar, Germany
1892   Belatedly awarded the title of "Professor" by the director of the Weimar Academy, Hans Olde
1907   Becomes a member of the "Special Association of West German Art Patrons and Artists" (Sonderbund))
1914   Becomes a full member of the "Freie Sezession", Berlin, and takes part in its exhibitions
1922   Awarded the academic title of Dr.-Ing. e.h. by the Technical University of Aachen, Germany
1924   Given the freedom of the city of Hagen and admitted to the Prussian Academy of Arts, Berlin, on the occasion of his 75th birthday
1925   Awarded the honorary degree of Dr.phil. h.c. by the University of Kiel, Germany
1925   Honorary member of the State Art Academy in Düsseldorf
1929   Foundation of the Christian Rohlfs Museum, Hagen, Germany
1937   Sixteen of Rohlfs' works are shown in the exhibition of "Degenerate Art", forbidden to exhibit
1937   Expelled from the Prussian Academy of Arts, Berlin
1937   412 of his works are confiscated from museums
1938   Died in Hagen, Germany
1938   The Nazis ban the sale of his works
1938   Remembrance exhibitions in Basel, Berne and Zurich
1937   Sixteen of Rohlfs' works are shown in the exhibition of "Degenerate Art"
1937   F. Möller Gallery, Berlin
1936   Institute of Arts, Detroit
1936   Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hanover, Germany
1930   Schleswig-Holsteinischer Kunstverein, Kiel, Germany
1925   Special exhibitions marking his 75th birthday in Berlin, Erfurt, Danzig and Kiel, Germany
1920   Paul Cassirer's gallery, Berlin
1919   Special exhibitions marking Rohlfs' 70th birthday at the National Gallery in Berlin, the Kestner-Gesellschaft in Hanover and the A. Flechtheim Gallery in Düsseldorf
1918   Kunstverein Frankfurt, Frankfurt
1918   I.B. Neumann Gallery, Berlin
1913   Special exhibition at Kunstverein Hamburg, Hamburg
1910   Grand-Ducal Museum, Weimar
1909   Folkwang-Museum, Essen, Germany
1909   Sonderbund's exhibition, Düsseldorf
1909   Black-and-White Exhibition of the Berlin Sezession
1904   Special exhibition at the Kunstverein in Jena, Germany
1890   Academy of Arts, Berlin
1880   Exhibits his painting 'Roman Builders' (1879), Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Düsselorf
1877   Weimar Art Academy, Weimar, Germany