Walter Einbeck, Weiblicher Akt

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Walter Einbeck, Weiblicher Akt Walter Einbeck, Weiblicher Akt Walter Einbeck, Weiblicher Akt
Price: € 7,500

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Walter Einbeck, Weiblicher Akt (Femal Nude)

– condition : II
– size : 118 x 97 cm, unframed 100 x 80 cm
– signed : right, under
– type : oil on board
– misc. : professional cleaned; frame restored

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BIOGRAPHY: WALTER EINBECK

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘SS-Stabchef Viktor Lutze’. Lutze was Chief of Staff of the SA and the successor of Ernst Röhm.
Right: Walter Einbeck, portrait of Adolf Hitler. Currently in the possession of the Library of Congress, Washington D.C.
   

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Reichsminister Rudolf Hess’. GDK 1939, room 23; depicted in the exhibition catalogue. Bought by Adolf Hitler for 5,000 RM. Currently in the possession of the Library of Congress, Washington D.C.
Right: Walter Einbeck, ‘Rudolf Hess’, 1939. Currently in the possession of the Library of Congress, Washington D.C.
  

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Oberburgermeister Reichsleiter Fiehler’. Fiehler was Lord-Major of Munich and National Leader, the second highest political rank of the NSDAP. GDK 1940, room 23. Bought by Hitler for 3,000 RM. Currently in the possession of the Library of Congress, Washington D.C. Depicted in ‘Das Bild’, September 1940.
Right: Walter Einbeck, ‘Ministerpresident Ludwig Siebert’ (Bavarian Prime Minister from 1933 – 1945). GDK 1940, room 23. Bought by Hitler for 3,000 RM.
   

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Reichsschatzminster F.X. Schwarz’. GDK 1939, room 23. Bought by Hitler for 5,000 RM. Currently in the possession of the Library of Congress, Washington DC.
Right: Walter Einbeck, ‘Reichsschatzminister F.X. Schwarz’. Currently in the possession of the Library of Congress, Washington D.C.
  

Adolf Hitler visiting the GDK 1939 (room 23). Left Gerdy Troost and in white uniform the Italian propaganda minister Dino Alfieri. At the background (in the middel) the painting by Walter Einbeck: ‘Reichsschatzmeister F.X. Schwarz’. Hitler bought this work for 5.000 RM. Nowadays in the possession of the US Army Centre of Military History (photo: Österreichische Nationalbibliothek).

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Bildnis Professor Dr. Mader’ (‘Potrait of Professor Dr. Mader’). GDK 1942 room 32. Depicted in ‘Das Bild’, 1942.

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Gauleiter und Reichsstatthalter Albert Forster’ (Albert Forster, Leader of the Gau Danzig-West Prussia’, hanged in Warsaw at 28 February 1952). Displayed at the ‘Münchner Kunstausstellung Danzig’, 1941; depicted in the exhibition catalogue.
Right: Walter Einbeck, ‘Gauleiter Reichsstatthalter Albert Forster’. Depicted in ‘Das Bild’, 1942.
  

Walter Einbeck, ‘Dem neuen Deutschland’ (‘The New Germany’). Postcard, around 1933.

Walter Einbeck, ‘Ordenschloss Marienwerder’. Castle in Marienwerden (now the city of Kwidzyn, Poland) founded in 1232 by Teutonic Knights. Depicted in ‘Das Bild’, 1942.

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Lenz’ (‘Spring’). Displayed at the ‘Münchener Kunst Ausstellung 1923 in the Glaspalast. Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
Right: ‘Lenz’ by Einbeck, depicted on a postcard.
   

Walter Einbeck, ‘Froschkönig’ (‘Frog King’). Displayed at the ‘Münchener Kunst Ausstellung 1924 in the Glaspalast. Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Weise Tauben’ (‘White Pigeons’), created in 1921. Size 125 x 100 cm. Sold by a Russian auction house in 2007. Depicted in the book ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
Right: Walter Einbeck, ‘Dem Licht entgegen’ (‘Towards the light’). Depicted in the book ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
   

Walter Einbeck, ‘Das Urteil des Paris’ (‘The Judgement of Paris’). Size 120 x 110 cm. Sold by a German auction house in 2016.

Walter Einbeck, ‘Im Liebesgarten’ (‘In the Garden of Love’). Displayed at the Grosse Münchener Kunstausstellung in the Glaspalast, 1925. Depicted in the exhibition catalogue.

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Frauenakt mit Draperie’ (‘Female Nude’). Size 90 x 70 cm, sold by a German auctionhouse in 2014.
Right: Walter Einbeck, ‘Flora’, postcard, around 1919.
         

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Frühlingsnahen’ (‘The Approach of Spring’). Size 115 x 90 cm. Sold by a German auction house in 2020. Another version of ‘Frühlingsnahen’ was displayed at the ‘Münchener Kunst Ausstellung’, 1922 in the Glaspalast, and depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
Right: Walter Einbeck, ‘Der Erleuchtete’ (‘The Enlightened One’). Size 104 x 75 cm. Sold by a German auction house in 2020.
   

Left: Walther Einbeck, ‘Der Drachentöter’ (‘The Dragon Slayer’). Displayed at the
‘Grosse Münchener Kunstausstellung’ in the Glaspalast, 1923/24. Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
Right: Walter Einbeck, ‘Erweckung’ (‘Awakening’). Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
  

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Seerosen’ (‘Lake Roses’). Displayed at the ‘Münchener Kunst Ausstellung’ 1923 in the Glaspalast. Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
Right: Walter Einbeck, ‘Jung-Siegfried’ (‘Young-Siegfried’). Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
  

Walter Einbeck, ‘Heimkehr’ (‘Retruning Home’). Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
Walter Einbeck, ‘Frühling des Lebens’ (‘Spring of Life’). Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
  

Walter Einbeck, ‘Sommernacht’ (‘Summer Night’). Displayed at the ‘Grosse Münchener Kunstausstellung’ in the Glaspalast, 1925. Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
Walter Einbeck, ‘Frühlingsbotschaft’ (‘Message of Spring’). Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
  

Walter Einbeck, ‘Ödipus löst das Rätsel der Sphinx’ (‘Oedipus solves the Riddle of the Sphinx´). Sold by an auction house in 2013.

Walter Einbeck, ‘Satan’. Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
Walter Einbeck, ‘Ballade’ (‘Melody’). Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.
  

Left: Walter Einbeck, ‘Adam and Eve in Paradise’. Size 86 x 25% cm. Date of creation unknown. Sold by a German auction house in 2015.
Right: Walther Einbeck, ‘Parzifal’ (‘Percifal’). Printed on a postcard.
  

Walter Einbeck, ‘Vor dem Hohen Selbst’ (‘For your Higher Self’). Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.

Walter einbeck, ‘Am Quell des Lebens’ (‘At the Source of Life’). Depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.

Walther Einbeck, depicted in ‘Walter Einbeck’, Kunstausgabe der Schönheit, Dresden, 1924.


Walter Einbeck, portrait painter of high ranking Nazi’s
Walter Einbeck (1890-1968), born in Magdeburg, was the son of a foreman. He discontinued his commercial apprenticeship in 1906 and went to the Applied Art School in Magdeburg. From 1908 to 1910 he studied at the Academy in Munich as a pupil of Angelo Jank. Sometime later Einbeck went to Weimar were he studied until 1915 -together with Adolf Ziegler- at the ‘Großherzoglichen Kunstschule’ with Max Thedy, Fritz Mackensen and Ludwig von Hoffmann. In 1914 he displayed for the first time his paintings: 30 of his works were shown in the ‘Großherzoglichen Weimar Museum’ (nowadays ‘Neues Museum Weimar’). Einbeck married, and after his military service from 1915 – 1918, he focussed at Theosophy; he became a member of the ITV, an international organization of Theosophical reconcilement. Einbeck went again to Munich, where he studied as a pupil of Franz von Stuck. From 1920 onwards Einbeck worked as an independent artist in Gräfelfing, near Munich. He painted romantic fairy-like themes, landscapes, portraits and Jugensstill-sceneries. Soon many of his paintings were depicted on postcards. A book about Einbeck -by Ernst Voss- with his most important works, was published in 1924.
Walter Einbeck participated several times in the ‘Grosse Münchener Kunst-Ausstellungen in the Glaspalast (section ‘Freie Kunstausstellung/ Landesverband Bildener Künstler’): in 1922 he displayed in the Glaspalast ‘Flucht nach Ägypten’, ‘Frühlingsnahen’ and ‘Lenz’; in 1923 ‘Drachentöter’ and ‘Seerosen’; in 1924 ‘Christusknabe’, ‘Drachentöter’ and ‘Froschkönig’; in 1925 ‘Im Liebesgarten’ and ‘Sommernacht’.
In the 1930s and 1940s he became famous for his portraits of top Nazi leaders. Especially his painting of Rudi Hess, deputy Führer to Adolf Hitler since 1933, made Einbeck a reputed painter. He also depicted Adolf Hitler. Several of his depictions of Nazi leaders were published in popular art magazin’s, like for example ‘Das Bild’.
Walter Einbeck was represented with five works at the Great German Art Exhibition: ‘Reichsschatzmeister F.X. Schwarz’, ‘Reichsminster Rudolf Hess’, ‘Oberburgermeister Reichsleiter Fiehler’, ‘Ministerpräsident Ludwig Siebe’ and ‘Professor Dr. Mader’. Four of these works were bought by Adolf Hitler. The Library of Congress in Washington DC still owns 10 paintings by Walter Einbeck, among them ‘Reichsminister Schwarz’ 1939, ‘Reichsminister Schwarz’ 1943, ‘Ludwig Siebert’, ‘Rudolf Hess’ 1939, ‘Oberburgermeister Reichsleiter Fiehler’ and ‘Adolf Hitler’.
Einbeck worked after 1951 for the pubsliher Drei-Eichen-Verlag.
Walter Einbeck died in 1968 in Munich.
He is regarded as one of the most prominent Court Painters of the Nazis.