Concert III, from the cycle Variations on a Theme

Oskar Kokoschka

Oskar Kokoschka - Concert III, from the cycle Variations on a Theme
Oskar Kokoschka advocated a consistent „program“ from the outset. The print Variation on a Theme or Concert, which he did soon after World War I is the best example of such a programmatic cycle. The portrait of a woman listening to music, done systematically in several variations, led to Kokoschka’s later portraits painted in London and Switzerland. (The Vienna-based Kokoschka found asylum in Prague in 1934 and emigrated to England four years later. In 1953, he settled in Switzerland for good.)
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measurements: height 700 mm
width 500 mm
material: paper
technique: lithograph
inventory number: R 258452
gallery collection: Collection of Prints and Drawings
licence: copyrighted work

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from cycle: Concert