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Studio Scene: The Strong Man, 1931

Ernst Neumann
Hungarian, Canadian, 1907 - 1956
lithograph on buff wove paper
42 x 28.5 cm; image: 29.1 x 22.6 cm
Purchased 1991
National Gallery of Canada (no. 35915)

Neumann specialized in this sort of genre picture, believing that humanity was, in his words, "the most noble and fitting subject of art." Neumann himself, dressed in his habitual vest, stands facing the muscular life model whose flexed bicep is the real centre of attention. Scattered about the studio are Neumann's fellow artists, including Louis Muhlstock (b. 1904), who stands over the easel at the far left.


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