Expressionism

Expressionism

Paul KleeAlexej JawlenskyGeorges RouaultGabriele MünterEmil NoldeMax PechsteinEgon SchieleAmedeo ModiglianiFernando BoteroJames EnsorWassily Kandinsky Constant Permeke

Top Ten Paintings by Max Beckmann

Top Ten Paintings by Max Beckmann

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       Max Beckmann was born into a middle-class family in Leipzig, Saxonyon on February 12, 1884. From his youth he pitted himself against the old masters. Transformed by the traumatic experiences of World War I, in which he served, he transformed his style from an academically correct depiction to a distortion of both figure and space, finding new means for his altered vision of himself and humanity.

  1. The Mill (1947)

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  2. Still Life with Three Skulls (1945)

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  3. The King (1934)

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  4. Family Picture (1920)

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  5. Brother and Sister (1933)

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  6. Afternoon (1946)

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  7. Hotel Lobby (1950)

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  8. Woman from India (1944)

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  9. Bar Brown (1944)

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  10. Christ and the Woman Taken in Adultery (1917)

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  11. Odysseus and Calypso (1943)

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  12. The Iron Footbridge (1922)

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  13. The Night (1919)

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  14. The Tempest (1949)

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  15. Paris Society (1931)

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  16. Dancing (1923)

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  17. Departure (1932)

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  18. The Acrobats (1939)

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  19. Self-Portrait in Tuxedo (1927), Self-Portrait with a Cigarette (1923)

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  20. Falling Man (1950)

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  21. The Skaters (1932)

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  22. Laboratory (1946)

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  23. North Sea I (1937)

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  24. Outskirts Overlooking the Sea at Marseille (1937)

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  25. Apollo (1942)

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  26. Black Irises (1928)

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  27. Carnival: The Artist and His Wife (1925)

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  28. Woman Reading at the Beach (1939)

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  29. Self-Portrait as a Nurse (1915)

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Top Ten Paintings by Oskar Kokoschka

Top Ten Paintings by Oskar Kokoschka

Oskar Kokoschka1

       Oskar Kokoschka (March 1, 1886 – February 22, 1980) was an Austrian artist and poet, best known for his intense expressionistic portraits and landscapes. Kokoschka’s early career was marked by intense portraits of Viennese celebrities. He served in the Austrian army in World War I and was wounded; at the hospital, the doctors decided that he was mentally unstable as well as physically wounded. Nevertheless, he continued to develop his career as an artist, travelling across Europe and painting the landcapes he encountered.

  1. The Duomo (1948)

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  2. Bride of the Wind (1913)

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  3. Prague, Nostalgia (1938)

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  4. Polperro (1939)

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  5. Knight Errant (1915)

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  6. Two Nudes (1913)

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  7. Portrait of Putnam D. McMillan (1957)

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  8. Loreley (1942)

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  9. Heimsuchung (1912)

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  10. The Mandrill (1926)

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  11. High Summer (1940)

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  12. Polperro II (1939)

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  13. Tigerlöwe (1926)

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  14. The Port of Marseille (1925)

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  15. Self-Portrait as a Degenerate Artist (1937)

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  16. Herodot (1963)

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  17. View of the Thames (1959)

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  18. Dr. Bassa´s Magische Form (1951)

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  19. Girl with Doll (1921)

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  20. Hans Tietze and Erica Tietze-Conrat (1909)

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  21. Paris Opera

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  22. Double Portrait of Trudl (1931)

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  23. Dresden Neustadt (1921)

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  24. Dulsie Bridge, Findhorn River (1929)

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Top Ten Paintings by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Top Ten Paintings by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

       Born in Aschaffenberg, Germany on May 6, 1880 , Ernst Ludwig Kirchner studied architecture in Dresden beginning in 1901. While in Dresden, he befriended three other young architecture students, Erich Heckel, Karl-Schmidt Rottluff and Fritz Bleyl. This young group was drawn together by their desire to become painters as well as their dislike of modern painting. They began calling themselves Die Brücke which described their liking of “all revolutionary and surging elements.” The group sought inspiration in such painters as Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin and Edvard Munch as well as the primitive arts of Africa and the Pacific Islands.

  1. Davos (1925)

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  2. View of Baseland the Rhine (1928)

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  3. Modern Bohemia (1924)

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  4. Girl Under a Japanese Parasol (1909)

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  5. Potsdamer Platz (1914)

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  6. Circus Rider (1914)
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  7. Artillerymen (1915)

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  8. Davos in Winter (1923)

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  9. Street (1908)

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  10. The Visit (1922)

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  11. Winter Landscape (1919)

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  12. Gerda, Half-Length Portrait (1914)

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  13. The Loam Pit (1906)

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  14. Fränzi in Front of Carved Chair (1910)

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  15. Inside the Forest (1937)

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  16. Houses in Dresden (1910)

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  17. Street Scene in Berlin (1904)

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  18. Two Women in the Street (1914)

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  19. Female Nude with Hat (1911)

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  20. Three Bathers (1913)

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  21. Portrait of Poet Guthmann (1910)

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  22. Tavern (1909)

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  23. Panama Girls (1910)

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  24. Berlin Street Scene (1912)

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  25. Black Cat (1926)

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  26. Nollendorf Square (1912)

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  27. Hockey Players (1937)

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  28. Landscape with Chestnut Tree (1913)

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Top Ten Paintings by Franz Marc

Top Ten Paintings by Franz Marc

       Franz Marc was born in Munich, Germany on February 8, 1880. Although his father was a professor at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts, Franz Marc didn’t have artistic plans. As a young boy, Marc wanted to become a priest and he even attempted to study philosophy  Eventually neither idea worked out and Franz Marc decided to take painting classes at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts in 1900.

  1. Tirol (1914)

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  2. Deer in a Monastery Garden (1912)

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  3. Birds (1914)

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  4. In the Rain (1912)

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  5. The Fate of the Animals (1913)

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  6. The Little Monkey (1912)

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  7. The Dream (1912)

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  8. Fighting Forms (1914)

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  9. Tiger (1912)

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  10. Yellow Cow (1911)

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  11. Stables (1913)

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  12. Two Cats (1912)

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  13. The Leaping Horse (1912)

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  14. The Large Blue Horses (1912)

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  15. The Little Yellow Horses (1912)

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  16. The Sheep (1912)

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  17. Affenfries (1911)

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  18. Girl with Cat II (1912)

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  19. Horse in a Landscape (1910)

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  20. Bull (1911)

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  21. Dog Lying in the Snow (1910)

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  22. The Lamb (1914)

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  23. Blue-Black Fox (1911)

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  24. Indersdorf (1904)

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  25. A Dog, a Fox and a Cat (1912)

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  26. Grazing Horses I (1910)

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  27. Deer in the Snow (1911)

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  28. Blue Horse I (1911)

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  29. Cat on a Yellow Pillow (1911)

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Top Ten Paintings by Otto Dix

Top Ten Paintings by Otto Dix

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        Otto Dix was born on December 2, 1891 in Untermhaus, Germany, now a part of the city of Gera. In 1910, he entered the Dresden School of Arts and Crafts and supported himself as a portrait painter. When the First World War erupted, Dix enthusiastically volunteered for the German Army. He was taken to a field artillery regiment in Dresden. In the fall of 1915 he was assigned as a non-commissioned officer of a machine-gun unit in the Western front and took part of the Battle of the Somme. He was seriously wounded several times. In 1917, his unit was transferred to the Eastern front until the end of hostilities with Russia. Back in the western front, he fought in the German Spring offensive. He earned the Iron Cross and reached the rank of vice-sergeant-major.

  1. Prague Street (1920)

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  2. Triumph of Death (1934)

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  3. Self-Portrait as Mars (1915)

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  4. Memories of the Hall of Mirrors of Brussels (1920)

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  5. Flanders (1934)

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  6. The Seven Cardinal Sins (1933)

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  7. Pregnant Woman (1919)

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  8. The Nun (1914)

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  9. Skat Players (1920)

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  10. At the Mirror (1921)

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  11. To Beauty (1922)

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  12. Portrait of Sylvia von Harden (1926)

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  13. Newborn Baby on Hands (1927)

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  14. Metropolis (1928)

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  15. Masks as Ruins (1946)

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  16. St. Christopher IV (1939)

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  17. Dr. Mayer-Hermann (1926)

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  18. Nude Girl on a Fur (1932)

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  19. Hugo Erfurth with Dog (1926)

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  20. Portrait of the Dancer Anita Berber (1925)

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  21. Lady (1922)

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  22. Portrait of Parents (1921)

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  23. Self Portrait with Easel (1926)

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  24. Café (1922)

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  25. Sunrise (1913)

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  26. Two Children (1921)

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  27. Cafe Couple (1921)

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  28. Cardplayers (1920)

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  29. War Scene (1917)

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Top Ten Paintings by Francis Bacon

Top Ten Paintings by Francis Bacon

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       Francis Bacon was born October 28, 1909, in Dublin. At the age of 16, he moved to London and subsequently lived for about two years in Berlin and Paris. Although Bacon never attended art school, he began to draw and work in watercolor. Upon his return to London in 1929, he established himself as a furniture designer and interior designer. In the fall of that year he began to use oils and exhibited a few paintings as well as furniture and rugs in his studio. His work was included in a group exhibition in London at the Mayor Gallery in 1933. In 1934, the artist organized his own first solo show at Sunderland House, London, which he called Transition Gallery for the occasion. He participated in a group show at Thomas Agnew and Sons, London in 1937.

  1. Study after Velazquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X (1953)

    Francis Bacon often referred to other artists and used photographs as reference material for his paintings. This portrait is a distorted version of the Pope, from a painting by the Spanish artist Diego Velazquez that was painted in 1650. The scream of the Pope may also be referencing the famous painting by Edvard Munch, “The Scream.” Bacon was quoted as saying “We are born with a scream; we come into life with a scream, and maybe love is a mosquito net between the fear of living and the fear of death.
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  2. Figure with Meat (1954)

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  3. Painting (1956)

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  4. Study for a Portrait of Van Gogh V (1957)

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  5. Portrait of Michel Leiris

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  6. Portrait of Lucian Freud (1965)

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  7. Self Portrait (1971)

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  8. Figure Writing Reflected in a Mirror (1976)

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  9. Georges a Bicyclette (1966)

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  10. Portrait of George Dyer Staring into a Mirror (1967)

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  11. Owls (1956)

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  12. Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion (1944)

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  13. Untitled (1944)

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  14. Man with Dog (1953)

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  15. Man in Blue VII (1954)

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  16. Three Studies for a Crucifixion: Center Panel (1962), Right Panel (1962)

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  17. Head III (1961)

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  18. Figures Getting Out of a Car (1943)

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  19. Head I (1948)

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  20. Seated Figure (1983)

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  21. Etude de Tauromachie (1987)

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  22. Study for Chimpanzee (1957)

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  23. Blood on the Floor (1986)

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  24. Head II (1949)

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Top Ten Paintings by Lyonel Feininger

Top Ten Paintings by Lyonel Feininger

       Lyonel Feininger was born on July 17, 1871 to parents of German descent and grew up in New York City. He moved to Berlin to study at the Königliche Akademie Berlinunder Ernst Hancke and art schools in Berlin with Karl Schlabitz and in Paris with sculptor Filippo Colarossi. He started working as a caricaturist for several magazines including Harper’s Round Table, Harper’s Young People, Humoristische Blätter, Lustige Blätter, Das Narrenschiff, Berliner Tageblatt and Ulk.

  1. Yachten (1929)

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  2. Sailing Boats

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  3. Barfüsserkirche II (1926)

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  4. Lady in Mauve (1922)

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  5. Jesuits III (1915)

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  6. The Green Bridge II (1916)

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  7. The White Man (1907)

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  8. Regler Church (1930)

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  9. Gaberndorf II (1924)

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  10. Uprising (1910)

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  11. Hopfgarten (1920)

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  12. Old Stone Bridge (1945)

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  13. Bicycle Race (1912)

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  14. Jesuits II (1913)

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  15. Der Dom in Halle(1931)

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  16. Blue Marine (1924)

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  17. Denstedt (1917)

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  18. Gelmeroda III (1913)

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  19. Zirchow VII (1918)

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  20. Gelmeroda VII

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  21. Manhattan II (1940)

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  22. Possendorf (1942)

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  23. Spook I (1940)

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  24. The River (1940)

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  25. Beleuchtete Häuserzeile II (1932)

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  26. Village (1927)

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  27. Woman’s Head with Green Eyes (1915)

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  28. Storm Brewing (1939)

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Top Ten Paintings by August Macke

Top Ten Paintings by August Macke

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        August Macke was born on January 3, 1887 in Meschede, Germany. His father, August Friedrich Hermann Macke (1845-1904), was a building contractor and his mother, Maria Florentine, née Adolph, (1848-1922), came from a farming family in Germany’s Sauerland region. The family lived at Brüsseler Strasse until August was 13. He then lived most of his creative life in Bonn, with the exception of a few periods spent at Lake Thun in Switzerland and various trips to Paris, Italy, Holland and Tunisia. In Paris, where he traveled for the first time in 1907, Macke saw the work of the Impressionists, and shortly after he went to Berlin and spent a few months in Lovis Corinth’s studio. His style was formed within the mode of French Impressionism and Post-impressionism and later went through a Fauve period. In 1909 he married Elizabeth Gerhardt. In 1910, through his friendship with Franz Marc, Macke met Kandinsky and for a while shared the non-objective aesthetic and the mystical and symbolic interests of Der blaue Reiter.

  1. Zoologischer Garten I (1912)

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  2. Landscape with Cows and a Camel (1914)

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  3. Paar im Walde (1912)

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  4. The Storm (1911)

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  5. Promenade (1913)

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  6. At the Garden Table (1914)

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  7. Russian Ballet I (1912)

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  8. Gartenbild (1911)

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  9. Red House in Park (1914)

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  10. The Hat Shop (1914)

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  11. Sunny Road

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  12. Lady in a Green Jacket (1913)

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  13. Girls Under Trees (1914)

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  14. With a Yellow Jacket (1913)
    With a Yellow Jacket
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  15. Garden Restaurant (1912)

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  16. Mann mit Esel (1914)

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  17. Vegetable Fields (1911)

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  18. Leute am Blauen See (1913)

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  19. Landscape

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  20. Man Reading in the Park (1914)

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  21. Garden Gate

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  22. Lady in a Park (1914)

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  23. Sitting Nude with Cushions (1911)

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  24. Turkish Cafe II

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  25. Helles Haus (1914)

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  26. Landscape at Hammamet (1914)
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  27. Market in Algier (1914)

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  28. Self-Portrait with Hat (1909)
    Self-Portrait with Hat
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  29. Farmboy from Tegernsee (1910)

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  30. Blick in eine Gasse (1914)

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  31. Spaziergänger (1907)

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  32. St. Mary’s in the Snow (1911)

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  33. Our Street in Gray (1911)

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Top Ten Paintings by Marc Chagall

Top Ten Paintings by Marc Chagall

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       Chagall was born Moishe Zakharovich Shagalov (Moishe Segal) in Vitebsk, Russian Empire (now in Belarus) on July 7, 1887, the eldest of eight children in the close-knit Jewish family headed by his father, a herring merchant. His mother’s name was Felga-Ita. This happy, though impoverished period of his life, shows up throughout Chagall’s work.

  1. Adam and Eve (1912)

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  2. Adam and Eve Expelled from Paradise(1967)

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  3. Birthday (1915)

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  4. I and the Village (1911)

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  5. The Fiddler (1913)

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  6. La Mariée (1927)

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  7. Self Portrait with Seven Fingers (1913)

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  8. Paris Through the Window (1913)
    Paris Through the Window
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  9. The Three Candles (1940)

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  10. The Soldier Drinks (1912)

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  11. Rain (1911)

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  12. A la Russie, aux ânes et aux autres (1912)

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  13. Homage to Apollinaire (1912)

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  14. The Cattle Dealer (1912)

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  15. Memory of my Youth (1924)

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  16. The Poet (Half Past Three) (1911)

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  17. Promenade (1918)

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  18. The Blue Violinist

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  19. Jew at Prayer (1913)

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  20. The Wedding (1910)

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  21. The Model (1910)

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  22. The Concert (1957)

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  23. Amoureux de Vence

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  24. Bouquet with Flying Lovers (1947)

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  25. The Drunkard (1911)

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  26. The Sabbath (1910)

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  27. The Green Donkey (1911)

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  28. View from Window, Vitebsk

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  29. Newspaper Seller (1914)

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  30. Double Portrait with a Glass Wine (1917)

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  31. Red Nude Sitting Up (1958)

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  32. Eiffel Tower (1927)

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  33. Birth (1912)

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  34. Cantiques IV
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  35. The Dead Man (1908)

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  36. The Spoonful of Milk (1912)

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  37. The Marketplace, Vitebsk (1917)

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  38. Lovers in the Moonlight (1938)

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  39. Song of Songs III (1960)

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  40. The Blue Circus (1950)

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