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Der blaue Reiter – Kandinsky, Klee, Marc und Macke – der Expressionismus in München

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gabrielle munter | Die Herbstauktionen für Moderne und Zeitgenossen in Deutschland

gabrielle munter | Die Herbstauktionen für Moderne und Zeitgenossen in Deutschland

Der Blaue Reiter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Der Blaue Reiter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

August Macke was a German painter &  leader of Der Blaue Reiter (“The Blue Rider”), an influential group of Expressionist artists. During his first trip to Paris in 1907, he was profoundly influenced by the work of the Impressionist painters, and he began to emulate their style, painting portraits in subtly dappled colors. In 1914 Macke traveled with the Swiss painter Paul Klee to Tunis, Tunisia, where Macke painted a series of works that place the subject upon a grid of various pure colors.

digitaler Kunstdruck: Das helle Haus (1. Fassung) von August Macke

August Macke was a German painter & leader of Der Blaue Reiter (“The Blue Rider”), an influential group of Expressionist artists. During his first trip to Paris in 1907, he was profoundly influenced by the work of the Impressionist painters, and he began to emulate their style, painting portraits in subtly dappled colors. In 1914 Macke traveled with the Swiss painter Paul Klee to Tunis, Tunisia, where Macke painted a series of works that place the subject upon a grid of various pure colors.

ⓦ Women's Wisdom & Wit ⓦ funny & inspirational quotes from women aging gracefully | Gabriele Münter:  "German painters refused to believe that a woman could have real talent, and I was even denied access, as a student, to the Munich Academy… …It is significant that the first Munich artist who took the trouble to encourage me was Kandinsky, himself no German but a recent arrival from Russia."

ⓦ Women's Wisdom & Wit ⓦ funny & inspirational quotes from women aging gracefully | Gabriele Münter: "German painters refused to believe that a woman could have real talent, and I was even denied access, as a student, to the Munich Academy… …It is significant that the first Munich artist who took the trouble to encourage me was Kandinsky, himself no German but a recent arrival from Russia."

Der Blaue Reiter: from left to right, Maria and Franz Marc, Bernhard Koehler, Wassily Kandinsky, seated Heinrich Campendonk, and Thomas von Hartmann

Der Blaue Reiter: from left to right, Maria and Franz Marc, Bernhard Koehler, Wassily Kandinsky, seated Heinrich Campendonk, and Thomas von Hartmann

Gabriele Münter (Feb 19 1877- May 19 1962)  German expressionist painter's self-portrait

Gabriele Münter (Feb 19 1877- May 19 1962) German expressionist painter's self-portrait

EMIL NOLDE | Der Blau Reiter (Blue Rider) Pre-War, centered in Munich - Kandinsky, Jawlensky, Franz Marc, Lyonel Feininger, Albert Block, Marianne von Werekin, Paul Klee, Gabrielle Munter, etc.

EMIL NOLDE | Der Blau Reiter (Blue Rider) Pre-War, centered in Munich - Kandinsky, Jawlensky, Franz Marc, Lyonel Feininger, Albert Block, Marianne von Werekin, Paul Klee, Gabrielle Munter, etc.

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