Karl Zerbe

(American/German, 1903–1972)

automaton by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Automaton, 1955

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brazil venus by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Brazil Venus, 1966

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gem 72: red dancers by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Gem 72: Red Dancers, 1966

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gem 78: sampler by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Gem 78: Sampler, 1966

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gem 89: crimson vs blue by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Gem 89: Crimson Vs Blue, 1966

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kingston by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Kingston, 1960

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number eight by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Number Eight, 1960

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number eight ii by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Number Eight II, 1960

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san francisco- city of many colors by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

San Francisco- City of Many Colors, 1958

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spherical i: red by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Spherical I: Red, 1969

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tundra: muskeg 1 by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Tundra: Muskeg 1, 1958

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variations on a caribbean theme i by karl zerbe

Karl Zerbe

Variations on a Caribbean Theme I, 1961

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Biography

Timeline

1903
Born September 16, Berlin, Germany
1920
Studied chemistry at the Technische Hochschule, Friedberg
1921 - 1923
Studied painting at the Debschitz School, mainly under Josef Eberz
1937 - 1955
Head of the Department of Painting, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
1972
Died, Tallahassee, FL

Exhibitions

2003 - 2004
DeCordova Collects: Gifts from Stephen and Sybil Stone, DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
2002 - 2003
Painting in Boston, DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA
2002
Routes Toward Modernism: American Painting, 1870-1950, Blanton Museum of Art, Austin, TX
1973
Florida State University Memorial Exhibition Tallahassee, FL
1963
Museude Arte Modernado Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1962
Retrospective, The Whitney Museum of American Art New York, NY
1951 - 1952
Retrospective Exhibition, The Institute of Contemporary Art Boston, MA
1946
The Detroit Institute of Arts Detroit, MI
1943
The Downtown Gallery New York, NY
1922
Gurlitt Gallery Berlin, Germany