The Acrobat Schulz V — Albert Birkle

The Acrobat Schulz V, 1921 by Albert Birkle (1900-1986 )

2 thoughts on “The Acrobat Schulz V — Albert Birkle”

  1. This one I looked up. A whole new set of artists. Rather hideous, like many caricatures.

    You’ll find this short article interesting. Read it all the first time you click on the site. The Spectator gives you only two free articles. Your Acrobat is featured.

    https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/horror-show [https://images.contentstack.io/v3/assets/bltf04078f3cf7a9c30/blteb24c27c70a191a5/5e39686f6809b217c4e5e3aa/birkle.jpg] Horror show | The Spectator Actually, this rather heterogeneous assortment of painters has two tags. In 1925, a critic named Franz Roh came up with a nice phrase, magischer Realismus, which was later borrowed to refer to … http://www.spectator.co.uk

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