Oscar Florianus Bluemner (1867 – 1938)

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The Dance of Factory Life

Oscar Bluemner was a German-born American modernist painter. He was born in Hanover, Germany. He moved to Chicago in 1893 where he freelanced as a draftsman. He relocated to New York in 1901. In 1910 he met Alfred Stieglitz, who introduced him to the artistic innovations of the European and American avant-garde. Then in 1915 Stieglitz gave him a solo exhibition at his gallery, 291. After his wife’s death in 1926, he moved to South Braintree, Massachusetts. He committed suicide on January 12, 1938.


American Night, Red Glare

Still wondering about a German American painting in your family collection? Contact us…it could be by Oscar Bluemner.