A lovely work from 1924 showing German art in its transitional, expressionist phase. A lovely work so evocative of a relaxed sunny day, of the fond bond between man and horse.
In excellent condition.
This gorgeous work is by Albert Haueisen 1872-1954 who from 1919 – 25 was a teacher and director of the Karlsruher Akademie.
The signature [ Alb.haueisen] and the other words are in German Sütterlin writing. This writing was in common usage in Germany but now is rarely used ... although some more mature Germans do still write in Sütterlin much to the distress of more youthful German postmen!
The painting is dedicated to Otto Meerapfel.
Window Measures 16 by 11 1/2 inches
1924 Watercolour Painting of Horse and Man by German Albert Haueisen 1872-1954