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 Bluemner Oscar

 

 

Bluemner Oscar        


(b Prenzlau, Germany, 21 June 1867; d South Braintree, MA, 12 Jan 1938).

American painter and architect of German birth. He emigrated to the USA in 1892, after receiving his diploma and an award for a painting of an architectural subject from the Königliche Technische Hochschule, Berlin. He first worked as a draughtsman at the World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, and later designed New York’s Bronx Borough Courthouse (1902). Around 1910 his professional focus moved to painting under the aegis of Alfred Stieglitz, who gave him a one-man exhibition at the 291 gallery in 1915, published his writings in Camera Work and recommended his inclusion in the Forum Exhibition of Modern American Painters (1916).
 

 


Sunrise And Mountain
1928

 

 


Evening Tones

 

 


Paterson Centre

 

 


Form and Light, Motif in West New Jersey
1914)

 

 


Violet Tones
1934

 

 


Arising

 

 


Old Canal, Red And Blue

 

 


Morning Light

 

 


Bath Beach
1901

 

 


Death

 

 


Loving Moon

 

 


Space Motive, A New Jersey Valley

 

 


Self-Portrait

 

 


House and Tree

 

 


Venus
1924

 

 


Azure

 
 

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