August Macke. Von Kandern bis Tunis

August Macke. From Kandern to Tunis. A small retrospective with works from the years 1904–1914

August Macke achieved and created amazing things in his short lifetime. The significance of his work impacts German art before the First World War both in its development and in its substance.

The book documents significant oil paintings and watercolors by the artist and presents numerous drawings. The accompanying text by the Macke expert Ursula Heiderich traces the formative stages of the artist’s life and the development of his work.



Artist: August Macke
Editor: Ute Eggeling, Michael Beck
Text: Ursula Heiderich


German, English
Hardcover, 28,5 x 22,5 cm
165 pages, 98 illustrations


Available works of the artist

August Macke, Beduinenfrau mit Kindern - Tunis, 1914
August Macke, Beduinenfrau mit Kindern - Tunis, 1914
August Macke, Kleien Studien, 1911, © Beck & Eggeling
August Macke, Kleien Studien, 1911, © Beck & Eggeling
August Macke, Elisabeth, 1911, © Beck & Eggeling
August Macke, Elisabeth, 1911, © Beck & Eggeling
August Macke, Bauernbursche auf Balkon, 1910
August Macke, Bauernbursche auf Balkon, 1910
August Macke, orientalisches Studienblatt, 1910, © Beck & Eggeling
August Macke, Milchkrug und Äpfel auf Teller (verso: Haus in Tegernsee, Zwiebel), 1909
August Macke, Auf dem Lande (Landszene), 1908
August Macke, Gehender Soldat, 1907, © Beck & Eggeling
August Macke, Pariser Studien IV, 1907, © Beck & Eggeling
August Macke, Gärtner am Beet, 1907
August Macke, Selbstbildnis, 1907

Associated exhibition

August Macke. From Kandern to Tunis

August Macke. From Kandern to Tunis

Dusseldorf / 4 September – 13 October 2007

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