Karl Georg Schoettle

Stuttgart 1890 – Stuttgart 1977

Painter, draughtsman, entrepreneur. Trained as carpenter in Berlin. In 1912–1914, he studied architecture at the Technical University in Dresden and from 1919 in Stuttgart. Parallel to this, he studied painting with Adolf Hölzel. In 1925, joined the Anthroposophical Society. Since 1927 he led a family-owned company for furniture. In 1940, he created a painting cycle inspired by dream experiences titled The Deeds and Afflictions of Light in the Course of a Year. In June 1944, he survived bomb-attack on Stuttgart, which led him to create the cycle of imaginative war drawings. After war, he studied at the painting school led by Maria Strakosch-Giesler, former pupil of Wasilly Kandinsky. In 1951, he completed a painting cycle for the Twelve Moods of Rudolf Steiner.

Literature: Reinhold Fäth, David Voda (eds.), Aenigma. One Hundred Years of Anthroposophical Art. Arbor vitae, Prague 2015.


Untitled
Inventory number: r0090
Size: 175 × 130 mm
Material: crayons, pencil
Period: anthroposophical style
Country of origin: Germany
Year made: 1920
Status: available
Price: 399 eur

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Untitled
Inventory number: r0091
Size: 272 × 194 mm
Material: charcoal, pencil
Period: anthroposophical style
Country of origin: Germany
Year made: around 1920
Status: available
Price: 399 eur

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Sheet from the cycle
The Deeds and Afflictions of Light in the Course of a Year
Inventory number: r0092
Size: 362 × 254 mm

Material: pastels, velour paper

Period: anthroposophical style
Country of origin: Germany

Year made: 1940s

Status: unavailable


Jupiter Seal from the cycle
Twelve Moods
Inventory number: r0093
Size: 550 × 400 mm
Material: pastels, velour paper
Period: anthroposophical style
Country of origin: Germany
Year made: 1940s–1950s
Status: available
Price: 199 eur

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War Cycle
Inventory number: r0094
Size: 284 × 201, 284 × 201, 201 × 284, 284 × 201 mm
Material: pencil, paper
Period: anthroposophical style
Country of origin: Germany
Year made: around 1944–1946
Status: available
Price: 599 eur

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War Cycle
Inventory number: r0094
Size:
Material: pencil, paper
Period: anthroposophical style
Country of origin: Germany
Year made: around 1944–1946
Status: unavailable




Last Supper
Inventory number: r0095
Size: 108,9 × 90,8 cm
Material: quache, carboard
Period: anthroposophical style
Country of origin: Germany
Year made: around 1946
Status: available
Price: price on request

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