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  • 1. Expressive and Expressionist
  • 2. Idea of decorative
    • It is central to the contemporary French understanding of a “primitive art”.
    • The worked of Erich Heckel and Kirchner on decorative is influenced by “ primitive” motifs.
  • 3. Primitive
    • As expressive.
    • As directly conveying some authentic or unmediated expression.
    • In the beginning of 20 th century, The artist could convey some kind of inner feeling.
  • 4. German Expressionist Art
    • To seek new freedoms.
    • To break free from civilized constraints and academic conventions.
    • Express themselves freely
  • 5. Expressionism
    • To denote, and implicitly to account for, a quality of distortion and exaggeration of forms found in the work of any artist.
  • 6. How do we distinguish between the general notion of expression and an “Expressionist” art?
    • The works of Brucke artist is described as “Expressionist”.
          • Direct emotion or feelings.
          • The way the paintings look.
  • 7. “ Seated Child: By: Erich Heckel
    • “ Clay Pit”
    • By: Ernst Ludweg Kirchner
  • 8. Manifesto
    • In 1906, the Brucke painters, who then included Kirchner, Heckel, Fritz, Bleyl and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff produced their group.
  • 9. Bridge – Symbolize the group’s journey towards, and pursuit of, “ new freedoms”. For the Brucke artists they were expressed and developed in an attempted fusion of art and life. In both their social activities and in their painted and graphic work, the group set about undermining contemporary bourgeois sexual mores, and a revaluation of primitive sources and lifestyle ( largely African , Oceanic and Medieval ).
  • 10. Expression and the body
  • 11. The Theme of Nude
    • It is the representation of a wide range of decorative , symbolic and cultural interest .
  • 12. The Brucke artists were influenced by the techniques of the woodcut medium. The use of Vibrant, often non-natural color contributes to the sense of distortion and awkwardness conveyed by most of the nude paintings.
  • 13.