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Expressionism

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Andrea Raines

on 20 February 2015

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Transcript of Expressionism

Expressionism
Street, Berlin
by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
nationality: German
Self Portrait as a Soldier
by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
nationality: German
The Blue Mountain
by Wassily Kandinsky
movement: Expressionism
nationality: Russian
Woman with Legs Drawn Up
by Egon Schiele
movement: Expressionism
nationlity: Austrian
Expressionism
- emerged in Germany
- inspired by Symbolism, Munch, and Van Gogh
- anxiety about humanity's discordant relationship with the world
- new standard= art comes from within the artist, not the visible world

Expressed through:
- distorted forms
- strong colors
Composition VII
by Wassily Kandinsky
movement: Expressionism
nationality: Russian
Self Portrait with Chinese Lantern Plant
by Egon Schiele
movement: Expressionism
nationality: Austrian
The Yellow Cow
by Franz Marc
movement: Expressionism
nationality: German
Degenerate Art
- during World War II
- label applied to most modern art
- Hitler liked: traditional still life, portrait, and landscape paintings
- disliked: things that were "un-German," Jewish, or communist in nature
- those who were labeled as degenerate couldn't work as an artist in Germany
Large Blue Horses
by Franz Marc
movement: Expressionism
nationality: German
The Scream
by Edvard Munch
movement: Symbolism
Inspiration
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