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Stefan Grohé

April - July 2000

Stefan Grohé's work looks at painter-sculptors around 1900. His research project at the Clark aimed at a redefinition of the position held by the works of painter-sculptors in the history of twentieth-century sculpture. It attempts to answer some questions raised by the prominent role of these works in art historical writing on the emergence of modern sculpture and the simultaneous lack of fame achieved by the artists themselves--Klinger, von Stuck, Meunier, and Khnopff among them.

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