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Walter Dexel

This piece was done with tempera paint and black ink, titled “Bandwerk Open,” and was created later in Walter Dexel’s artistic career. The piece lived in the Kestner-Gesellschaft Hanover exhibition in 1974 to display some of Walter Dexel’s work, until bought for $33,825 by an unidentified buyer. This piece highlights Dexter’s ability to illustrate simple…

Walter Dexel

This piece was done with tempera paint and black ink, titled “Bandwerk Open,” and was created later in Walter Dexel’s artistic career. The piece lived in the Kestner-Gesellschaft Hanover exhibition in 1974 to display some of Walter Dexel’s work, until bought for $33,825 by an unidentified buyer. This piece highlights Dexter’s ability to illustrate simple…

Walter Dexel

This oil on canvas painting by Walter Dexel, titled “Sailing Ship,” was ideated early in Dexel’s career when he was under the influence of the Constructivism movement. The piece was sold for nearly $40,000 to some unknown buyer years after being produced. Originally created just for pleasure by Dexter, this painting lived in many different…

Walter Dexel

German painter, graphic designer, advertiser, and historian, Walter Dexel, was born on February 7th, 1890 in Munich, Germany. Dexel was a self-taught painter but eventually took private drawing classes, taught by H. Gröber, to sharpen the skills he learned by practicing himself at an early age. At the same time, from 1910 to 1914, Dexel…