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Loreley by Oskar Kokoschka

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Loreley

Artist: Oskar Kokoschka
Title: Loreley
Date: 1941
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description:

63.5 by 76.2 cm. Copyright DACS. Loreley is one of several political satires, painted by Kokoschka between 1939 and 1943. "Loreley was begun in Scotland in the Autumn of 1941 as a straightforward landscape of the stormy Wigtownshire coast but back in London, closer to the injustices of the war, Kokoschka transformed it into a satire of British sea power." - Kokoschka in Scotland by Richard Calvocoressi.
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Gallery: Tate Gallery, London
Location: Dumfries and Galloway


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Loreley

The Hunters

Duck Shoot

About the Artist

Artist: Oskar Kokoschka
Date of Birth: 1886
Date of Death: 1980
Place of Death:
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Made six extended trips to Galloway between 1941 and 1946. Visited Elrig near Port William.


Education:
Vienna School of Industrial Art


Professional Bodies:
Hon RA 1970


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Bibliography:
Oskar Kokoschka Letters 1905-1976, Olda Kokoschka and Alfred Marnau, London, 1992. My Life, Oskar Kokoschka, Thames and Hudson, London, 1974. Kokoschka and Scotland, Richard Calvocoressi, Trustees of the National Galleries of Scotland, 1990.


Notes:
Letters from Port William: 4 May 1944, 18 August 1944, 6 September 1945, another undated, 7 September 1946. In the letter of 18 August 1944 to Jack and Mina Carney he states that having enjoyed a month in Ullapool "Unfortunately they give you a bill after a month, therefore we landed again at Korner's always hospitable house. It has the snag in that it continually rains here. While I did many sketches in Ullapool, I could do nothing at all here so far" (see bibliography - Letters). He describes how he does not eat the game in Scotland "When I paint I identify with my subjects; how then could I eat them afterwards?". Also describes the eccentric hunters he painted. (see bibliography - My Life p167). His Zrani (summer 1938-40) oil on canvas 68.3 by 89.2 cms, is at the Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh. There is a photograph of Oskar and Olda Kokoschka in Wigtownshire, late summer, 1942 (see bibliography - Calvocoressi, p8).