Heinrich Campendonk  (German, 1889-1957) 


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Heinrich Campendonk, Mädchen mit Fröschen / Girl with Frogs


Heinrich Campendonk
Mädchen mit Fröschen / Girl with Frogs

Galerie Orlando
Heinrich Campendonk, The Horse in the Port (Das Pferd am Hafen)


Heinrich Campendonk
The Horse in the Port (Das Pferd am Hafen)

Stephen Ongpin Fine Art
Heinrich Campendonk, The Elephant


Heinrich Campendonk
The Elephant
circa 1914

Richard Nagy Ltd.
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Heinrich Campendonk, Die Bettler (nach Breughel)


Heinrich Campendonk
Die Bettler (nach Breughel), 1922


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Heinrich Campendonk, Tiere in der Landschaft


Heinrich Campendonk
Tiere in der Landschaft, 1913-1914
embroidery and color pencil on linen


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Heinrich Campendonk, Das Schaufenster


Heinrich Campendonk
Das Schaufenster, 1919
watercolor and gouache over pencil on light card


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1889   Born in Krefeld/Germany as Mathias Heinrich Ernst Campendonk.
1908   First studio in Krefeld/Germany which he shares with August Macke.
1911   August Macke shows works of Campendonk to Wassily Kandinsky in Munich.
1911   First contact to art-dealer Alfred Flechtheim.
1917   Teaches at the "Sturm"-Galerie in Berlin/Germany.
1935   Moves to Amsterdam/Netherland where he dies in 1957.
2000   Städtische Galerie Delmenhorst/Germany "Der Sturm"
1989 - 1990   Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich/Germany
1954 - 1955   "Der Blaue Reiter" New York
1933   Kunsthalle Düsseldorf/Germany, Art Institute Chicago
1930 - 1931   MoMA New York
1924   Retrospective Kunstverein Düsseldorf/Germany
1912   Sturm-Galerie, Cologne/Germany "Der Blaue Reiter"
1911   Galerie Thannhauser, Munich/Germany "Der Blaue Reiter"