4 facts about Rudolf Bredow

By Gwylym Owen

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Rudolf Bredow (born 2 November 1909 in Berlin, died 17 November 1973 in Bremen), German post-expressionist painter, draughtsman and art teacher.

Bredow’s lifework became well-known only after his death. It comprises ca. 1000 documented works (watercolour paintings, coloured chalk drawings, oil paintings and figurines) and numerous previously unreleased drawings. “Bredow’s best works are classical in their simplicity and checking account and are equal or quite often even progressive to Schmidt-Rottluff’s late black-rimmed watercolour paintings, for instance”. The artist is considered to be “one of the greatest discoveries of the German art market during the 90’s”.

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