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Naive Art
Friday, 24 September 2021

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Adalbert Trillhaase, 1858 Erfurt – 1936 Niederdollendorf

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Adalbert Trillhaase,
1858 Erfurt – 1936 Niederdollendorf

JEPHTA UND SEINE TOCHTER Öl auf Leinwand.
73 x 53 cm.
Links unten signiert, verso betitelt.
In dunkel patiniertem Holzrahmen.

Catalogue price€ 20.000 - 40.000 Catalogue price € 20.000 - 40.000  $ 24,000 - 48,000
£ 18,000 - 36,000
元 154,400 - 308,800
₽ 1,723,800 - 3,447,600

 

Es lag sicherlich daran, dass Trillhaase in Erfurt in einer bürgerlich-religiösen Kaufmannsfamilie großgeworden ist, dass er dieses Thema wählt, in dem Jephtas Tochter das siegreiche Heer begrüßt. Rest.

Von Otto Pankok angeregt zur Malerei stellte Trillhaase verschiedentlich aus, wurde jedoch 1933 von den Nationalsozialisten als sog. entarteter Künstler mit Malverbot belegt.  

Literatur:
Susanne Grimm, Authentische Naive. Das Erlebnis des Unmittelbaren, Stuttgart 1991, Abb. S. 135. (12803959) (13)


Adalbert Trillhaase,
1858 Erfurt – 1936 Niederdollendorf
JEPHTHAH AND HIS DAUGHTER
Oil on canvas.
73 x 53 cm.
Signed lower left, titled on reverse.
In dark patinated wooden frame.

It was certainly because Trillhaase grew up in a bourgeois religious merchant family in Erfurt that he chose this subject, in which Jephthah’s daughter greets the victorious army. Restored.

Inspired by Otto Pankok to paint, Trillhaase exhibited variously, but was banned from painting by the National Socialists in 1933 as a so-called degenerate artist.

Literature:
S. Grimm, Authentische Naive. Das Erlebnis des Unmittelbaren, Stuttgart 1991, ill. p. 135.

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.

 

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