Fidus

Der Tempel der Erde,

ink on cardboard,

1895 and 1901

 

Fidus (Luebeck 1868-1948 Woltersdorf bei Berlin), also known as Hugo Hoeppener

 

"Der Tempel der Erde" ("The Temple of Earth")

 

1895 and 1901

ink on cardboard

42,8 x 50,9 cm

inscribed, signed, and dated upper right: "Der Tempel der Erde," "Fidus," "1895 u 1901"


Provenance:


Exhibitions:


"Monte Verità, Berg der Wahrheit," Akademie de Künste, Berlin, 1979


Publication History:


1921      Junge Menschen, 2. Jahrgang, Heft 6, Ende März 1921, illustrated at pg. 86.


1925     Arno Rentsch, Fiduswerk (Dresden: Verlag der Schönheit, 1925), pg. 124, Ill. 140.


1980     Harold Szeemann, et al., Monte Verità, Berg der Wahrheit (Locarno: Armando Dadò, 1978-1980; Milan: Electra Editrice, 1978-1980), ill. pg. 92.


1995     Jost Hermand, Avantgarde und Regression: 200 Jahre deutsche Kunst (Leipzig: Edition Leipzig, 2001), illustrated at pg. 83.


2009      Michael Buhrs, ed., Karl Wilhelm Diefenbach (1851-1913) Lieber sterben, als meine Ideale verleugnen! (Munich: Museum Villa Stuck and Edition Minerva, 2009), pg. 208, ill. 169.

 


 

 

Fidus 
Fidus-Ausstellung (Fidus Exhibition), Fidus' Tempelkunst,  
Lübeck, 
poster, 
circa 1903, 
The Daulton Collection

Poster advertising an exhibition in Lübeck, circa 1903, of Fidus' "Temple Art." 
Fidus, 
Eintrittskarte (entrance ticket, 2 Mark), 
Fidus' Tempel-Kunst, 
Berlin, 
1903, 
The Daulton Collection

2 Mark entrance ticket for an exhibition, in Berlin in 1903, of Fidus' "Temple Art." 
Fidus,
Eintrittskarte (entrance ticket, 1 Mark), 
Fidus' Tempel-Kunst, 
Berlin, 
1903, 
The Daulton Collection

1 Mark entrance ticket for an exhibition, in Berlin in 1903, of Fidus' "Temple Art."

 

Contact:

Jack Daulton

The Daulton Collection

info@symbolismus.com