Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938 German)

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner considered himself the leader of Die Brucke (the Bridge), those German artists who rejected late impressionism to seek a more direct mode of expression. The German Expressionists were often stereotyped as tortured souls who transferred their angst directly to canvas. But they also realistically appraised themes of city life, and as this painting demonstrates, they celebrated nature in pastorals idealizing the primitive.

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Badende im Raum Due nudi gialli Bern with Belltower
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Forest with Brook Sertig Valley Girl Under a
Japanese Parasol
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Two Women in the Street Winter Landscape
in Moonlight
Berlin Street Scene
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Hockey Players Bareback Rider
at the Circus
Natura morta gialla
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