Ernst Wilhelm Nay
Monographie

Editor(s)

Ernst Wilhelm Nay Stiftung

Author(s)

Siegfried Gohr

Design

Andy Schmidt

Cover

Clothbound hardcover with dust jacket

Size

25 x 31 cm

Pages

320

Illustrations

250

Language(s)

German, English

ISBN

978-3-96912-033-0

Release January 2022

The Great German Artist’s Imposing Oeuvre

Ernst Wilhelm Nay (b. Berlin, 1902; d. Cologne, 1968) was one of the most interesting painters of European modernism. Spanning the decades from the 1930s to his death in Cologne in 1968, his output encompasses paintings as well as an abundance of works on paper. The new monograph surveys all periods in Nay’s oeuvre, from the “Fishermen paintings” to the striking late pictures, which leave no doubt about the artist’s outstanding gift for color. Nay’s evolution is embedded in the history and ideas of his time, on which he reflected in lectures, writings, and notes. The volume unlocks a wide spectrum of fresh insights into Nay’s life and art.

Release January 2022

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