Max Ackermann

Max Ackermann belongs to the most popular abstract artists of the post-war era and of the classic modern-era. His work was significantly influenced by World War I and the Third Reich. After World War I his work was strongly characterized by socio-critical ideas, until the late forties there was a steady progress in his artwork. He switched between objective expression and complete abstraction. The examples here are more abstract – the forms the beholder notices are very individual and make the paintings fascinatingly captivating.


white glazed,

stained oak 20mm,

with passepartout 2.6mm,

Museum glass