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Friedrich Karl Gotsch Friedrich Karl Gotsch - Biography

The painter and graphic artist Friedrich Karl Gotsch is one of the most prominent representatives of the second generation of German expressionists, he is often referred to as an important member of expressive realism.
At first trained by Hans Ralfs, who had familiarized Friedrich Karl Gotsch with Edvard Munch's work, and then by Oskar Kokoschka in Dresden as of 1920, he would soon celebrate first successes with his art that was initially geared at the style of Kokoschka and then developed towards New Objectivity. Defamed as "degenerate" during NS dictatorship, most of his works were unfortunately destroyed in an air raid in 1943. After the end of the war Friedrich Karl Gotsch worked hard to make up for the severe losses. He continued his expressive years even in his new inventions, thus a mature expressive-figurative late style came to show.
Works by Friedrich Karl Gotsch are in possession of important public collections, such as the Museum Folkwang in Essen.

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