Kurt Schwitters  (German, 1887-1948) 

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Kurt Schwitters, Untitled (Vanlilla Chocolate No. 103c)

 

Kurt Schwitters
Untitled (Vanlilla Chocolate No. 103c)
1921

Auction: Apr 28, 2014
Bukowskis Stockholm
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Kurt Schwitters, Lithograph in black tones with 3 collage elements Work Date: 1923

 

Kurt Schwitters
Lithograph in black tones with 3 collage elements Work Date: 1923
1923

Alice Adam Ltd.
Kurt Schwitters, Lithograph in Blue with 2 Collage Elements

 

Kurt Schwitters
Lithograph in Blue with 2 Collage Elements
1923

Alice Adam Ltd.
Kurt Schwitters, Mz 26, 45 Sch.

 

Kurt Schwitters
Mz 26, 45 Sch.
1925-1926

Bernard Jacobson Gallery
Kurt Schwitters, Last Birds and Flowers

 

Kurt Schwitters
Last Birds and Flowers
1946

Bernard Jacobson Gallery
Kurt Schwitters, "Katzen" Plate 6 from the portfolio Merz Mappe 3

 

Kurt Schwitters
"Katzen" Plate 6 from the portfolio Merz Mappe 3
1923

Alice Adam Ltd.
Kurt Schwitters, Sans titre

 

Kurt Schwitters
Sans titre
1926

Galerie Zlotowski
Kurt Schwitters, Chrysanthemum

 

Kurt Schwitters
Chrysanthemum
1946

Michael Werner Gallery
Kurt Schwitters, Sin Titulo (Nover)

 

Kurt Schwitters
Sin Titulo (Nover)
1928

Galería Leandro Navarro
Kurt Schwitters, For Holy Days

 

Kurt Schwitters
For Holy Days
1947

Galería Leandro Navarro
Kurt Schwitters, Untitled (Black, White, Gold)

 

Kurt Schwitters
Untitled (Black, White, Gold)
1947

Galerie Brockstedt
 

1887   Born in Hannover, Germany
1908 - 1914   Studied art at the Dresden Academy
1917   Worked as a technical draftsman
1920   Became a well-known typographer
1927   Arranged together with Cesar Domela, Lazlo Moholy Nagy and Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart the 'ring neuer werbegestelater'
1934   Joined the 'Deutscher Werkbund'
1948   Died in Ambleside/Westmorland
2003   Kurt Schwitters: Collages, Paintings, Drawings, Objects, Ephemera, Ubu Gallery
1918   Hanover Secession