Kneeling Woman Ernst Kirchner Long Robe


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Kneeling Nude Long Robe

Copyrights: Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum

Kneeling Nude In Front Of Red Screen (Verso Seated Nude With Bent Leg 1921 1923) Ca 1911 1912 by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

The artwork and colours are taken from the main palette colour on the paint and we got the strokes of the artwork from the Red screen in order to give a  life to this luxury robe .

The boldly casual, the exuberant use of ink, the violent strokes fascinated us , even that which, with just a few

The back of the robe presents the female is kneeling and the sleeves are representing from the female artwork that, sleeves is double face of the paint is the woman behind the red screen. .

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Kneeling Nude in front of Red Screen (verso: Seated Nude with Bent Leg 1921-1923)

Collection  features the artwork inspired by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner  famous painting Kneeling Woman in Red Screen .

The front of the elegant long robe depicts the bright colourful with all prints made from the actual paint .The back of the robe represents the artwork from the original paint . This colours are simulating the contrast palette from original paint.


  • Fabric: 100% Grade 5A mulberry silk satin 22 mm
  • Style: Long elegant robe
  • Neckline: Shawl collar; front wrap
  • Sleeve Type: Long Sleeves with contrast cuffs
  • Closure: Self-tie satin sash at waist
  • Ernst Khrisner  signature embroidery
  • Copyrights
    Kneeling Nude in front of Red Screen (verso: Seated Nude with Bent Leg 1921-1923)
    ca. 1911 – 1912 Oil on canvas. 75.5 x 56.7 cm

    Museum Thyssen-Bornemisza

  • Materials:

  • Momme Count: 22 mm (lightweight & breathable) Oeko-Tex® certified
  • Safe, eco-friendly, and nontoxic
  • Finest 5A Mulberry Silk
  • Highest grade silk, thicker & durable.
  • Top OEKO Certified
  • Safe & Non-toxic
  • All-season Use

Made in London UK

Silk is a natural protein fiber produced by mulberry silkworm which is used for textile manufacturing. Silk fiber has a triangular prism-like structure which allows silk cloth to refract incoming light at different angles and with that to produce different colors.

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