Joseph Uhl

Penitent Mary Magdalene

1904

oil on canvas

 

Joseph Uhl (1877-1945)

Penitent Mary Magdalene

1904

oil on canvas

76 x 65 cm.

signed and dated lower left


Conserved by Andrea Rothe (formerly, Getty Museum) and Jeanne McKee-Rothe (formerly, Norton Simon Museum).


Discussion:


"Joseph Uhl was born in New York to Catholic parents who returned to Germany soon after his birth. In 1899, Uhl was enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich, where he spent a substantial part of his life. Aside from a relatively few paintings, Uhl dedicated himself entirely to etching and created mostly intimate portraits. Max Klinger and his work had a lasting influence on Uhl's style." B

The Jack Daulton Collection, Symbolismus, contains one of the world's largest collection of works by Joseph Uhl.

 

Contact:

Jack Daulton

The Daulton Collection

Los Altos Hills, California

info@symbolismus.com