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Expressionism

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Artists who have defined their art style by including elements to exress themselves.

Artists who have defined their art style by including elements to exress themselves.


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  • 1. Expressionism
    Expressing yourself in your Art.
  • 2. Vincent Van Gogh
    Van Gogh expressed his artwork through his dramatic colors and brushstrokes.
    Lots of little lines and really bright colors in his paintings make his anxious feelings clear.
    Café at Arles Starry Night
  • 3. Vincent Van Gogh
    The Night Café Self Portrait
    The images are direct from his experiences and the places he went in his life.
  • 4. Edvard Munch
    Munch uses variety of brush strokes and colors to display his experiences. His happy paintings have bright vivid colors, his upset painting have dramatic, dark, intense colors.
    The Scream Melancholy
  • 5. Paul Gaugin
    This artist was really incorporated images and color from his native France and his travels the South Pacific.
    Tahitian Landscape Vision After the Sermon
  • 6. Franz Marc
    Franz Marc used images, shapes and color from his heritage and memories to enhance his paintings.
    Blue Horses The Bewitched Mill
  • 7. Marc Chagall
    Chagall included many symbols and images from his life in a Russian village as well as Jewish icons and symbols.
    I and Paris Through the Window
    The Village