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The “Tre Cime of Lavaredo” – Arno Lemke

Work dimensions: 70 x 80 cm
Technique: oil on canvas
Period: 1950s

A suggestive view of the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, portrayed from Lake Antorno, also visible on the canvas. Lemke’s style is unmistakable: the exaltation of chiaroscuro emphasized by a skilful technique that alternates the spatula with the brush is a constant in his production. His predilection for the Dolomite crags, the skies full of clouds with glimpses of light, so frequent in the high mountains, make him one of the most appreciated painters for immersive paintings.

Arno Lemke (1916-1988)
He was a German landscape architect, active in Munich.
He studied at the academies of Paris, Munich, Berlin and Königsberg and was a student of Leo King.
He has traveled to several European countries and the Middle East. He has held exhibitions at the Haus der Kunst in Munich.