Alexei Jawlensky
1864-1941 Russian Alexei Jawlensky Galleries Alexej von Jawlensky was born in Torzhok, a town in the department of Tver, Russia, as the fifth child of Georgi von Jawlensky and his wife Alexandra (n??e Medwedewa). His family was aristocratic. At the age of ten he moved with his family to Moscow. After a few years of military training, he became interested in painting, visiting the Moscow World Exposition c. in 1880. In 1896 he moved to Munich where he studied in the private school of Anton Azbe. In Munich he met Wassily Kandinsky, and Marianne von Werefkin, other Russian artists and helped form the Neue Kunstlervereinigung M??nchen. His work in this period was lush and richly coloured, but later moved towards abstraction with a simplified and formulaic style in a search to find the spiritual. Alexej von Jawlensky. Abstract Head, c. 1928He died in Wiesbaden, Germany on 15 March 1941.

 

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Alexei Jawlensky Seated Female Nude oil painting   

Painting ID::  2060
Alexei Jawlensky
Seated Female Nude
1910 Lenbachhaus, Munich

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky Spanish Woman oil painting   

Painting ID::  2061
Alexei Jawlensky
Spanish Woman
1913 Lenbachhaus, Munich

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky Love oil painting   

Painting ID::  2062
Alexei Jawlensky
Love
1925 Lenbachhaus, Munich

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky Meditation oil painting   

Painting ID::  2063
Alexei Jawlensky
Meditation
1922 Lenbachhaus, Munich

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky The Red Shawl (mk09) oil painting   

Painting ID::  21614
Alexei Jawlensky
The Red Shawl (mk09)
1909 Oil on canvas,54 x 49 cm Private collection

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky Woman with a Fan (mk09) oil painting   

Painting ID::  21663
Alexei Jawlensky
Woman with a Fan (mk09)
1909 Oil on cardboard,92 x 68 cm Wiesbaden,Museum Wiesbaden

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky Schockko (nn03) oil painting   

Painting ID::  23336
Alexei Jawlensky
Schockko (nn03)
1910 Oil on board Mounted on canvas 75 x 65 cm 29 1/2 x 24 1/2in Private collection

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky Self-Portrait oil painting   

Painting ID::  27115
Alexei Jawlensky
Self-Portrait
mk52 1911 Oil on board 55x51cm

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky The Red Shawl oil painting   

Painting ID::  34043
Alexei Jawlensky
The Red Shawl
mk87 1909 Oil on canvas 54x49cm

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky Woman with a Fan oil painting   

Painting ID::  34061
Alexei Jawlensky
Woman with a Fan
mk87 1909 Oil on cardboard 92x68cm Wiesbaden,Museum Wiesbaden

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky Portrait of the Dancer Alexander Sakharov oil painting   

Painting ID::  40872
Alexei Jawlensky
Portrait of the Dancer Alexander Sakharov
mk156 1909 Oil on canvas

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky Das Juedische Maedchen oil painting   

Painting ID::  45002
Alexei Jawlensky
Das Juedische Maedchen
mk183 oil on cardboard 68.5x49.5cm

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky landscape,murnau oil painting   

Painting ID::  56402
Alexei Jawlensky
landscape,murnau
mk247 1908 to 09,oil on cardboard,19.625x20.5 in,50.x52 cm,museum kunst palast,dusseldorf,germany

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky head oil painting   

Painting ID::  56448
Alexei Jawlensky
head
mk247 c.1910,oil on canvas over cardboard ,16x13 in,41x33 cm,museum of modern art,new york,ny,usa

   
   
     

 

 

Alexei Jawlensky flicka med blatt forklade oil painting   

Painting ID::  67891
Alexei Jawlensky
flicka med blatt forklade
1909 se

   
   
     

 

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Alexei Jawlensky
1864-1941 Russian Alexei Jawlensky Galleries Alexej von Jawlensky was born in Torzhok, a town in the department of Tver, Russia, as the fifth child of Georgi von Jawlensky and his wife Alexandra (n??e Medwedewa). His family was aristocratic. At the age of ten he moved with his family to Moscow. After a few years of military training, he became interested in painting, visiting the Moscow World Exposition c. in 1880. In 1896 he moved to Munich where he studied in the private school of Anton Azbe. In Munich he met Wassily Kandinsky, and Marianne von Werefkin, other Russian artists and helped form the Neue Kunstlervereinigung M??nchen. His work in this period was lush and richly coloured, but later moved towards abstraction with a simplified and formulaic style in a search to find the spiritual. Alexej von Jawlensky. Abstract Head, c. 1928He died in Wiesbaden, Germany on 15 March 1941.