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This may be an original Paul Baum Watercolor being listed for my sister. I have approx 5 prints to list. They were all bought some years ago at an estate sale and put away. Prices are hard to determine so you will get some bargains I am sure!

I do not deal in art so I am not sure if this is a reprint or an original. They all look like the real deal but buy them because you love them and be aware that I am disclosing to you that I am unsure if it is the original.

the piece is signed outside the printed area on the plate impression. Says Baum on the watercolor but we are failrly certain it is Paul Baul due to the colors,scene ect.

He spent a brief period in the painters' village Willingshausen in 1915 and then moved to Neustadt near Marburg. When Carl Bantzer, whom Baum knew since 1878, was appointed professor at the Kunstakademie in Kassel in 1918, Paul Baum joined him and taught landscape painting. He bought a house in Marburg in 1921 which was to become his permanent domicile, even though the painter spent much time elsewhere. From 1924 he spent most of his time in San Gimignano and only occasionally travelled to Marburg. He was awarded an honorary doctorate by the university of Marburg in 1927. The academic senate of the Kunsthochschule Dresden appointed him an honorary member on his 70th Birthday.
In the meantime Paul Baum had moved to the remote village St. Lucia near San Gimignano, where he died from pneumonia in 1932. While Baum's early works are influenced by the plein-air painting of the School of Barbizon, his work after 1890, with its lighter palette and the use of comma-like brushstrokes, is more associated with the French Impressionists. In 1900 Paul Baum developed his own version of neo-impressionism and became one of the most important artists of this style in Germany

This is one of 2 I have listed.

measures

10" by 13"

SALE Paul Baum Watercolor Signed Print Windmill Scene Home Decor Dutch Amsterdam Holland

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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
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