Heinrich Campendonk. Die Hinterglasbilder

Catalog raisonné published by Gisela Geiger and Simone Bretz for the Museum Penzberg – Sammlung Campendonk

With contributions from Ursula Baumer, Simone Bretz, Patrick Dietemann, Gisela Geiger, Oliver Hahn, Thomas Lensch, Andrea Obermeier, Diana Oesterle, Heike Stege, Simon Steger, Christoph Steuer und Jeanine Walcher

Wienand Verlag, Cologne 2017

Beginning in 1911 Heinrich Campendonk (1889–1957), like many of the Blauer Reiter colleagues, experimented with the fascinating technique of reverse glass painting, with which he achieved glowing colours and a very special depth of light. Within the framework of an interdisciplinary research project, art historical, art technological and material-related studies were conducted, resulting in a well-founded, richly illustrated catalogue of 76 reverse glass paintings.