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Jeanne Mammen (1890-1976)

She was a German artist and illustrator, an important figure in the art life of Weimar Republic. She worked for fashion and advertisement magazines, and Simplissimus, satirical German weekly magazine. The exhibition in Berlin Gurlitt Gallery made her famous in 1930.
She was born in Berlin, 5 years later her parents moved to Paris.

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, Lady with a Cat

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, Russian Women Orchestra, c1929Russian Women Orchestra, c1929


The illustrations for Paul Verlaine erotic poem "The Girlfriends"


Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, SiestaSiesta

Jeanne Mammen,German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, ,JalousieJalousie

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, In the MorningIn the Morning

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, The GirlfriendsThe Girlfriends

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, Making UpMaking Up

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Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics,

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics,  The RedheadThe Redhead

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics,

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics,

Jeanne Mammen
Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, Aphrodite, c 1914Aphrodite, c 1914

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, She Represents, c 1924She Represents, c 1924

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, The Kaschemme Bar, c 1925The Kaschemme Bar, c 1925

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics,  Berlin Street Scene, 1927Berlin Street Scene, 1927

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics, Lithograph

Jeanne Mammen, German artist,Weimar era artist, graphics


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2 comments:

  1. Jeanne Mammen était une artiste de très grand talent.
    Elle devrait être davantage connue en France.
    Hervé VILEZ.

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  2. Je pense que son oeuvre est aussi importante que celles des artistes masculins de l'époque, comme Otto Dix et George Grosz

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