Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen  (American, 1890-1967) 


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Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen, Ohne Titel / Untitled


Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen
Ohne Titel / Untitled

Galerie Orlando
Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen, Eliminating The Little Point


Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen
Eliminating The Little Point
circa 1950

Adler & Co. Gallery
Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen, Contrasts


Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen

Portico New York, Inc.
Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen, Pizzicato


Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen
Portico New York, Inc.
Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen, Untitled (No. 30)


Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen
Untitled (No. 30)

DC Moore Gallery
Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen, Forte


Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen

DC Moore Gallery
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Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen, Erect


Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen
Erect, 1937
collage and gouache on paper


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Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen, Piccicato


Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen
Piccicato, 1920-1939
color paper collage w/pencil and acrylic on paper laid on paper


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Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen, Untitled (Dancing Couple)


Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen
Untitled (Dancing Couple), 1927
oil on masonite


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1890   Born (Baroness Hilla Rebay von Ehrenwiesen) in Strasbourg, France
1906   Studied at the Academie Julien under Rollais and Bouche
1910   Continued studies in Munich, Germany
1913   Moved to Berlin
1915   Met Jean Arp in Zurich
1917   "Galerie Dada", Berlin Germany (group exhibition)
"Galerie Der Sturm", Berlin Germany (group exhibition)
1927   Moved to the USA; became artistic advisor to Solomon R. Guggenheim; Served as the first director and curator of Guggenheim's Museum of Non-Objective Painting (renamed the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in 1952)
Befriended Wassily Kandinsky and Marc Chagall
1937   Helped Solomon Guggenheim establish the Guggenheim Museum in New York City
1936 - 1939   Organized exhibitions of Guggenheim's collection in Charleston, South Carolina; Philadelphia, and Baltimore
1939   Museum Opened in New York with inaugural exhibition, "Art of Tomorrow"
1943   Rebay commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright to design a permanent museum for the Guggenheim collection
1952   Resigned as director of the Guggenheim Museum; retained role of director emeritus
1967   Died on September 27th
2005   Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY (retrospective exhibition), traveled to: the Museum Villa Stuck, Munich, Germany; the Schlossmuseum in Murnau, Germany; the Deutsche Guggenheim, Berlin, Germany
1929 - 1939   Exhibited with Kandinsky at Rudolf Bauer's gallery in Berlin-Charlottenberg, Germany
1927   Exhibited collages and drawings at the Worcester Art Museum in Massachusetts (Rebay was one of the few female abstract painters of her time)