Otto Neumann

German (1895-1975)

Otto Neumann
Otto Neumann

Ann Long Fine Art also represents the estate of acclaimed 20th Century German artist Otto Neumann (1895-1975) from the Rothschild Collection. Comprised mostly of the artist’s highly collected mid-century monotypes (essentially a one-of-a-kind printed painting), the collection features work from the crucial period (1948-74) when the artist switched from depicting recognizable human forms to his final purely abstract style.

Neumann, whose work was deemed “undesirable” by the Nazi’s during World War II including his marriage to Hilde Rothschild, is best known for his expressive draftsmanship and reduced modernist volumes which revealed him to be in accord with his fellow mid-century masters —Picasso, Matisse, and Henry Moore. He is collected by several major museums including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Art Institute of Chicago.

Otto Neumann
Otto Neumann

Work


Estate No. 055065
Otto Neumann

Estate No. 055065

monotype on paper
20.5" x 13.75"

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Estate No. 044070
Otto Neumann

Estate No. 044070

monotype on paper
17" x 12"

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Estate No. 045003
Otto Neumann

Estate No. 045003

monotype on paper044
11" x 19.5"

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Estate No. 014012 (year 1936)
Otto Neumann

Estate No. 014012 (year 1936)

watercolor on paper
17.5" x 12.25" (paper)
30.75" x 26" (framed)

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Estate No. 045056
Otto Neumann

Estate No. 045056

monotype on paper
20" x 13.5" (monotype)
39.5" x 34.35" (framed)

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Estate No. 051007
Otto Neumann

Estate No. 051007

monotype on paper
17" x 11.5"

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Estate No. 051031
Otto Neumann

Estate No. 051031

monotype on paper
17" x 12"

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Estate No. 051042
Otto Neumann

Estate No. 051042

monotype on paper
17" x 12"

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Estate No. 045046
Otto Neumann

Estate No. 045046

monotype on paper
20.75" x 13.75" (image)
38.25" x 31.75" (framed)

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