Ernst Blensdorf, sculptor

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J. Blensdorf , Bruton, Somerset
Blensdorf, Ernst, 1896-1976 -- Criticism and interpreta
Statementby Karen Baxendale-Manning.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNB497.B54 B38 1985
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 63 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2467470M
LC Control Number87177223

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This is a book of sculptures by Ernst Blensdorf with text by Karen Baxendale Manning. Ernst Blensdorf established himself as a sculptor in the s and s, but was underappreciated for many years. He was one of the first artists to be characterised as "degenerate" by the Nazis.

Well Furlong Book Shop - Recommended books about Sculptors from A to M many of which may be bought from and BLENSDORF: Ernst Blensdorf - Sculptor: Ernst Blensdorf sculptor essentially a figurative artist, but the book covers both the Ernst Blensdorf and drawings of animals, and figures of the imagination.

BLENSDORF Ernst Sculptor born Ernst Herman Müller-Blensdorf in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany.

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During the late 's and early ', he began to establish himself as a sculptor, working in stone and cast metal. Buy Ernst Blensdorf: Sculptor first by Baxendale-Manning, Karen (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Karen Baxendale-Manning. Two hundred expressive works by Ernst Blensdorf have returned home to Bruton in Somerset, where the sculptor worked for 35 years after fleeing from Nazi Germany in The largest collection of Blensdorf’s work ever to be publicly exhibited has been organised by Bruton Museum and opened by novelist and playwright Fay Weldon on July 4, at Kings School, Bruton, Somerset.

Ernst Blensdorf ( - ) came to Somerset in from Germany after a period of internment in the Isle of Man as an enemy alien, despite being well-known as a pacifist. At 45, he was already an established lecturer in Germany, but his refusal to espouse German Nationalism under the Nazis led him first to Norway, then to g: sculptor.

Prof Ernst M. Blensdorf. Other names: E.M. Active: Sculptor.

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Works. 'Prof Ernst M. Blensdorf', Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and IrelandUniversity of Glasgow History of Art and HATII, online database Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Absolutismus by Ernst Hinrichs (paperback ) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free delivery for many products. Download this stock image: Annunciation, wooden sculpture by Ernst Blensdorf,Salisbury Cathedral interior, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England - BYE9C3 from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

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There you will find more information about the man and his work. Ernst Blensdorf - A Retrospective Exhibition July 4th - 1st August This Bruton exhibition gives an opportunity to see the work of the comparatively little-known German-born sculptor Ernst Blensdorf () who,outside the main stream of British sculpture, worked in Somerset for 35 years producing a unique modernstyle utilising the swirling patterns of Somerset elm.

Sculptor Ernst Blensdorf carved a memorable series of wooden reliefs out of shards salvaged from a hacked up piano. Some enjoyed a period of increased activity behind barbed wire: their hand-to-mouth existence on the outside was alleviated by the regular meals and free housing.

Photograph of a family scene sculpture by Ernst H. Blensdorf at Hutchinson Internment Camp. Date [c–1] Medium Black and white print. Dimensions 88 × mm. Format Photograph - print.

Collection Tate Archive. Acquisition Presented by Klaus Hinrichsen's family in Reference. Ernst BlensdordCentenary Exhibition [Oliver (Introduction)Glastonbury Arts Festival BLENSDORF] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Oliver (Introduction)Glastonbury Arts Festival BLENSDORF.

Created by Ernst M. Blensdorf Date: Usually date of exhibition rather than production. Material: processed and vegetal - terracotta. 'Vanity', Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and IrelandUniversity of Glasgow History of Art and HATII.

Ernst Blensdorf, sculptor: corresp, papers, writings on art (A\DGK) Roger Owen Fry, Rector of Portishead: corresp and papers (A\DDP) Charles Latimer Marson, Rector of Hambridge: letters, sermons, articles and photographs (A\DFS).

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Media in category "Sculptures by Ernst Müller-Blensdorf" The following 7 files are in this category, out of 7 total. Drei Menschenalterjpg 1, × ; KB. A substantial book by Peter Wakelin, published by Sansom & Co. will accompany the exhibition. Refuge and Renewal: Migration and British Art tells the stories of émigré artists and their contribution to British art.

Many tell deeply moving stories of escape from dispossession, persecution, torture. The Lives of Others is two exhibitions of work by German refugee artists at Ben Uri Gallery and Museum from 29 March – 18 Junewhile Chaim Stephenson: Between Myth and Reality at St Martin-in-the-Fields (to Wednesday 10 May) showcases work by an artist with a lifelong concern for people driven from their homes.

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St Aidan’s also illustrates two further trends within this alternative culture. The first is that the Church in Britain frequently used the skills and creativity of émigré artists including Ernst Blensdorf, Marian Bohusz-Szyszko, Ervin Bossanyi, Georg Ehrlich and Hans Feibusch, among others.

List of Objects Telling a history of our world through objects Family 1 by Ernst Blensdorf Ernst Blensdorf was born near Schleswig, north Germany, in During the late s and early.

Among these works, Ernst Blensdorf’s Annunciation also receives a welcome focus. Blensdorf, an under-appreciated sculptor, arrived in the UK after twice fleeing the Nazi’s.

His passionate belief in world peace had put him at odds with the Nazi regime and, inhe became one of the first German artists to be branded ‘degenerate’. James Purdy, artist, Oldham: notes for various publications c (/35) Somerset Heritage Centre. Ernst Blensdorf, sculptor: corresp, papers, writings on art (A\DGK) Surrey History Centre.

Edward Wilkins Waite, artist: additional papers incl research on his images and genealogy, and sketchbook by his father, Edward Waite Professor of Art History Wilhelm Pinder, was Hitler’s advisor on art.

He was a brilliant lecturer, he was a brilliant man, but he rewrote the history of German art. Everything was German. And that of course went on in Hamburg later- The libraries were cleared, every book which had Jewish authors, there were book-burnings. And that was in. After another hectic year, staff of the Cyprus Mail look back on the year in terms of the books, films, music and TV they enjoyed GINA AGAPIOU, Journalist BOOKS: Woman on the Edge of Time, Marge.History.

Bruton was listed in the Domesday Book of as Briuuetone, meaning 'Vigorously flowing river' from the Old English tor and Celtic briw meaning vigour.

[6] The river has been the site of several watermills and in the South Somerset Hydropower Group installed their first hydroelectric turbine at Gants Mill at nearby Pitcombe. [7] [8]It was the site of Bruton Abbey, a medieval.Ernst Barlach: Sculpture ‘The Book Reader’ (), reduction in bronze Ernst Barlach’s book reader is the cornerstone of the modern art.

The motif of the reader is the key motif in the works of Barlach which he already studied in the lithograph ‘Freed from all suffering is he to whom time is like eternity and eternity like time’ from.