Dietz Edzard
German, 1893-1963
Jeune Fille avec un Yventaile
Oil on canvas
25 ½ x 16 ¾ W/frame 32 ½ by 24 ¾ in.

Inventory Number: Art E10
European Figurative Period 1900-1949 Portrait Impressionist/Post Impressionist

See Artist Bio below.

Dietz Edzard
German, 1893-1963

Dietz Edzard was born in Bremen in 1893 Germany. He traveled extensively through Germany, Holland and France. Edzard, a colorful artist who has carried on the traditions of the masters of French Impressionism, in 1911 studied painting with Max Beckmann.

In 1929, Edzard’s work was included in an exhibition of Contemporary Painting at the Jeu de Paume, Paris, a museum dedicated to the Impressionist masters. In 1938, Edzard married Suzanne Eisendieck (1908-1998), a well-regarded artist in her own right who worked in an impressionistic style. 

In his book D. Edzard, Gerd Muehsam writes:

“Edzard has captured in his canvases the charm of the Parisian atmosphere. With the light, vibrant touch of his brush, he produced sparkling, and yet delicate, paintings of beautiful women, dancers and flowers. His brilliant delineations of circus life and the theatre, his spirited portrayals of Parisian cafe scenes have made him a favorite of art circles in this country and abroad”

“Consciously, (Edzard) turns his back on the experimental art of his contemporaries, opposes all weighting of art eith programs and theorems. Deliberately, he avoids the representation of human conflict and inner discords and the chaos and shifting quick sands of modern existence. Instead, he prefers to work along well-defined modes of expression. The line begun in portraits of Velazquez and Goya and continued in the art of Manet and Renoir becomes Edzard’s artistic credo”.

G. Muehsam: "D. Edzard", Bittner, New York 1948 ; the art work is noted in the book plate # 33 ;
Max Gauthier:"D.Edzard" Les Gemeaux, Paris 1952
Claude Roger-Marx: "D.Edzard-Tableaux de 1917-1963",Quatre Chemins ,Paris 1971

Solo Exhibitions
1958, Galerie Durand-Ruel Paris, Franc
1956, Galerie Petrides Paris, France
1954, Galerie Abels Cologne, Germany
1953, Galerie Petrides Paris, France
1952, Tooth Gallery London, England
1937, Galerie Durand_Ruel Paris, France
1936, Leicester Gallery London, England

Group Exhibitions
1957, Wally Findlay Gallery Chicago, New York and Palm Beach
1961, Adams Gallery London, England
1956, O'Hanna Gallery London, England, 1950 , Vigeveno Gallery Los Angeles,CA
1959, Hammer Gallery New York, NY 

Museums and Exhibitions:

Grenoble, Bremen, Hamburg and Wuppertal