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Title: GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM


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GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM
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GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM
  • Distort reality for an intense emotional effect
    which often occurs during times of social
    upheaval.
  • Following World War II it began to influence
    young American artists.
  • Key Dates 1905-1925
  • Hitler believe that Expressionists Artists were
    deranged individuals.
  • He ordered the destruction of Expressionistic
    Art.

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Hitlers Art Work
  • Hitler put all his hope in the dream of achieving
    greatness as an artist.
  • His gift for drawing had also been recognized by
    his high school instructors.
  • He was a lazy and uncooperative student, who
    essentially flunked out.
  • He decided to attend the prestigious Vienna
    Academy of Fine Arts.
  • He took the two day entrance exam for the
    academy's school of painting.
  • His test drawings were judged unsatisfactory and
    he was not admitted.
  • Hitler was badly shaken by this rejection.

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Hitlers Art Work
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GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM
  • The German expressionists are
  • Max Beckmann
  • Otto Dix
  • George Grosz
  • Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  • Emil Nolde
  • Max Pechstein
  • Austrian, Oskar Kokoschka
  • Norvegian, Edvard Munch

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Max Beckmann
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Otto Dix
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George Grosz
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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
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Emil Nolde
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Max Pechstein
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AustrianOskar Kokoschka
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Norvegian, Edvard Munch
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Characteristics of Expressionism
  • Distort reality for an intense emotional effect.
  • Bold creation of lines.
  • Jagged and uneven two-dimensional representation.
  • Harsh outlines and sinister elements of the human
    state of mind.

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Linoleum PrintingStudent Examples
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