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|Contributions||Serpentine Gallery., Durham Light Infantry Museum and Arts Centre., Arts Council of Great Britain.|
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|Pagination||27 p. :|
|Number of Pages||27|
Ghisha Koenig made drawings of factory workers before transforming them into sculptures. She was careful not to distract the workers from their job but usually invited them to see the completed. Ghisha Koenig was a British sculptor, who was interested in the everyday experiences of those living in the industrial communities of south east England. As well as sculptures, this exhibition features a series of drawings, which Koenig produced while spending time in various factories.
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Life. Ghisha Koenig was born in London on 8 Decemberthe daughter of Leo Koenig (), art critic and writer, and his wife, Fanny Hildebrand (fl. ), formerly a Yiddish actress. Inshe married Dr. Emanuel (Manny) Tuckman, and they. KOENIG, GHISHA (–), English sculptor, born in London, the daughter of the Yiddish writer and art critic Leo * studied under Henry Moore, and became a gifted portraitist, especially of children.
Living in an industrial area, she visited local factories to study men and women at work. Buy Ghisha Koenig: Sculpture by (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Ghisha Koenig. For over 30 years, Ghisha Koenig’s work was concerned with the observation of people at work – most notably at factories in south-east England.
These drawings and reliefs represent scenes at a school for blind children; they were commissioned by the London Society School for the Blind at. The writer Sue Townsend wrote an essay on Koenig in the book. It amused Ghisha, she wrote to me a few days before she died, that she had found a new fan in Townsend.
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Ghisha Koenig - daughter of Leo Koenig – was born very near to the Serpentine Gallery, in Kensington, and studied under Henry Moore at Chelsea in the late s. Intimate in scale and dark in colour, Koenig’s reliefs often interpret the work place as a hub of human activity, especially factories.
Description: Ghisha Koenig "Tentmaker"; free standing bronze sculpture, signed with initials, numbered 2/5, mounted on a wooden plinth, 25cm high: together with two sketchbooks mounted in perspex box frames by John Jones and a framed drawing, all working studies relating to the bronze in this lot, (4) View additional info.
Ghisha Koenig –, exh. cat., Boundary Galleryp.5), which commemorated the holocaust, Koenig worked from direct observation rather than from photographs. In she presented two sketch books of drawings made on the factory floor at Coates to the Tate Gallery Archive (TGA). Extract. Koenig [married name Tuckman], Ghisha (–), sculptor, was born on 8 December at 81 St Mark's Road, Kensington, London, the younger of the two children of (Mendel) Leo Koenig (–), art critic and writer, and his wife, Fanny Hildebrand (fl.
Ghisha Koenig: sculptureThe tentmakers, The glassworks, The plate and coil shop. Author. Koenig, Ghisha, Other Authors. Warman, Alister. Seddon-Jones, Julie. Serpentine Gallery Durham Light Infantry Museum and Arts Centre Arts Councilof Great Britain. Published. London: Arts Council of Great Britain, c Content Types.
text. Artwork page for ‘Metal Punchers II’, Ghisha Koenig, Ghisha Koenig was interested in the lives of the working class. From the mids onwards she regularly sketched people working in factories.
These drawings were the source material for her sculptures. The bronzes capture people in all their physical diversity, performing their allotted tasks with varying degrees of enthusiasm. (–), English sculptor, born in London, the daughter of the Yiddish writer and art critic leo koenig.
She studied under Henry Moore, and became a gifted portraitist, especially of children. Living in an industrial area, she visited local. Book KOE (Browse shelf).§ Ghisha Koenig (British, ), Rag Trade VII or The Workroom Dressmakers, bronze, 13 Feb conceived and cast inmounted via two steel bars to a hardwood plinth base (Dimensions: 82cm high (including base))(82cm high (including base))Footnote: Provenance Sevenarts Limited, London, where purchased 24th February Property.askART, an artist directory with millions of worldwide artists' paintings and art - Auction records and results, artwork prices, valuations, signatures, images and artist biographies.