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c. 1950
Le beau dimanche (The nice sunday)
c. 1950

Suzanne Eisendieck

Danzig 1906 - 1998 Paris

Oil on canvas, Signed lower right, Painting size 54 x 65 cm, 21.26 x 25.2 in., Frame size 82 x 94 cm, 32.28 x 37.0 in., Beautiful original frame

Price: 12.500 Euro

Exhibited: Galerie Abels, Cologne, 1962

Suzanne Eisendieck was born in Danzig, Germany, in 1908. There she studied at the Academie des Beaux-Arts.

 

She later lived in Berlin where she held her first exhibition.

 

She came to Paris and started a fabulous career, starting 1929 to exhibit at the Salon des Indépendants.

 

Because of their unique execution, coupled with a concept and a style always original and highly personal her paintings became very popular. Her impressionistic style involves tremulous brushstrokes and luminosity. Her paintings exude happiness and are executed with bright colors.

Eisendieck is famous for her depictions of young girls at ‘the ball’, a young woman strolling in the garden, or herself with her children at the seashore.

Suzanne Eisendieck and her late husband Dietz Edzard, impressionist, who died in 1963, remain celebrated as two of the exponents of that part of the School of Paris capturing the ultimate in French glamour.

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY: W. George: Suzanne Eisendieck, Peintures récentes, Quatre Chemins  Editart, Paris 1967

 

ARTIST DICTIONARIES : Bénézit; Saur; Vollmer.

 

EXHIBITIONS:

London
-Leicester Galleries, 1933-1935, 1938
-O’Hana Gallery, 1956

 

New York
-Arnot Gallery, 1959 to 1998, on permanent exhibition
-Marie Harriman Gallery, 1937 – 1939 –1940
-Pearls Galleries, 1948
-Hammer Galleries, 1959

 

Paris
-Galerie Benezit, 1942
-Galerie Petrides, 1955

 

Los Angeles
- Gallery Vigeveno, 1950

 

Cologne
-Galerie Abels, 1962 

(included)

the original high quality frame with gold leaf

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