Entertainment exhibition over Paul Müller-Kaempff opened in Ahrenshoop

17:51  04 december  2021
17:51  04 december  2021 Source:   homify.de

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on the occasion of his 160th birthday and the 80th day has been an exhibition with works by Paul Müller-Kaempff (1861-1941) since Saturday. On the 25th of December then the exhibition start in the hotel Fischerwiege said Kurdirector Roland Völcker. Under the title "cloud shadow" more than 100 paintings are shown in both houses. It deals with idyllic landscapes in the change of seasons, village scenes with farmers' skates, potato fires and bodden views or impressive cloud games over the Baltic Sea.

Sandra Schröder, Leiterin des Museums, steht vor Arbeiten des Malers Paul Müller-Kaempff. © Bernd Wüstneck / DPA central picture / DPA Sandra Schröder, head of the museum, is standing before working by the painter Paul Müller-Kaempff.

"Müller-Kaempff is the founding father of the artist colony Ahrenshoop," Völcker said. In 1869, the artist known in Berlin's well-known artists came to Ahrenshoop to «landscape painting to indulge». That moved more and more circles. So the small fishing village was able to expand his reputation as a meeting place of artists until the actual colony was resolved again in 1919. However, Ahrenshoop could protect his reputation as a "place of art" about National Socialism and the GDR.

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Paul Müller-Kaempff had been inspired by the untouchedness of nature and felt an ahrenshoop as the ideal place. The light between the sea and bodden, which would have thrilled him enthusiastic about wind farms, the high shore and the local farmers' skates, reported Völcker. From 1892 he had his permanent residence in the self-built residential building.

dozens of artists found the leisure in Ahrenshoop, the environment and the right light for her. For the founder generation, in addition to Müller-Kaempff Anna Gerresheim (1852-1921), Elisabeth of Euck (1862-1940) or Carl Malchin (1838-1923) were included.

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