Richard Friedrich Reusing, 1913
In one with different cloth draperies
filled interior portrayed
Reusing a lady in elegant, shoulderless
Evening gown. The soft falling one,
iridescent fabrics correspond to the virtuosic
and loosely placed, pasty brush strokes.
Reusing (Mühlheim on the Rhine 1874-1956 Haan)
studied at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf
and received already as a master pupil the first
orders for portraits, for which he will soon also be
was appreciated and in demand nationwide. In
his characterful, impartial style of painting
he portrayed numerous famous contemporaries
from art and society, among others
Richard Strauss, Joachim Ringelnatz, Albert
Einstein, Gustav Krupp or August Thyssen.
Height 194 cm, width 126 cm.
Thieme/Becker, General encyclopedia of the visual arts
Artist, vol. 28, p. 196.