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Archive: Notions of the 'Primitive' in late 19th and early 20th century Europe

From 2008 – a very early first year essay, simple but fine – typed up from hard copy, references below – featured image Gauguin’s Te arii vahine (The King’s Wife) 1,151 more words


Ernst Kirchner - Marcella

Marcella (1909-1910) Oleo sobre tela. 76 x 60 cm, Moderna Museet, Stockholm

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938), foi considerado um dos mais influentes pintores do chamado… 238 more words


The Bridge - Die Brücke (1959) A German WWII Classic

I finally got a chance to watch Bernhard Wicki’s famous anti-war movie The Bridge – Die Brücke, in which a group of sixteen-year-old high school students fights to keep a bridge. 601 more words

War Movie

Woodcuts by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

These woodcuts are by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, another founding member of Die Brücke. He committed suicide. I like these prints very much, although the figures he creates are generally more simplified than I would try to create myself. 64 more words

Erich Heckel and Die Brücke (German Expressionist Printmaking)

I have been examining an art movement known as Die Brücke (The Bridge). I love the style of printmaking the movements is associated with. I also love the philosophical side of this art; Friedrich Nietzsche’s writings are an influence to the group.  117 more words

Expresionismo alemán: Grupo Die Brücke

El exresionismo es una vanguardia que surgió en Alemania, desarrollándose concretamente en Dresde. Es un estilo que acentúa la deformación de la realidad, siendo esta representada según sea concebida por el autor. 740 more words

Arte Del XX

Depravation in the Art of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

On the 6th of May 1880, Expressionist artist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner was born in Aschaffenburg, Germany. One of the leading names in the Die Brücke movement, his art was deemed ‘degenerate’ by the Nazis and destroyed in great numbers. 612 more words