While this site is under construction (being filled and stocked with content) the priority has been given to list all the artists in the collection with bare pictures of their works, the archive and biography. In a later stadium specifics (title, size and context will be added).
In the meantime visitors are invited to give feedback and comment.
Freiin Mathilde Auguste Amelie von Bodenhausen
(28-05-1870 “Gut Reckershausen” ins Göttingen - 24-01-1946 Munich)
Painter and graphic artist. Daughter of Freiherr Arthur von Bodenhausen (1827-1912), who owned the “Reckershausen” estate in Göttingen and nearby “Gut Arnstein” in Neu Eichenfeld near Kassel, and Auguste von Lossberg (1837-1912). She had 4 older brothers, Arthur (1859), Erich (1860), Thilo (1861) and Gustav (1865) and one sister Cecilie (1863).
Received first painting lessons at Munich “Künstlerinnenverein” from Angelo Jank (1868-1940), Max Feldbauer (1869-1948) and Theodor Hummel (1864-1939).
Went to Paris to study under Impressionist painter Henry Jean Guillaume Martin (1860-1943). After travels to Italy settled in Munich and became a member of Munich “Künstlerinnenverein” exhibiting several times in the “Glaspalast” her portraits, landscapes and flower paintings. Also known to have created wood- or linoleum block prints.
Dresslers KHB 1930: Munich, Jacob-Klarstrasse 8. Member RvbK
See for more information and ancestry: Das HAUS der Frau: Vol. I
Dear print lover, passing-by visitor and reader:
While this new gallery-museum site is under construction (being build-up, stocked and arranged) priority must be given to first add all the represented artists in the index with works from the collection and if possible with the examples from the archives.
During construction the site is open to visitors, questions, feedback and suggestions.
Read more about the artists, their lives, families and careers in the new and extensive Artist Lexicon: “DAS HAUS DER FRAU, the short biographies” accompanying this exhibition.
Hundreds of new artist biographies, a private publication in 2 Volumes written conveniently in English.
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