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Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
Primitivism and Expressionism
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  • 1. Primitivism
  • 2. Paul Gauguin (French)
  • 3. Vahine No Te Tiare (Woman With a Flower), 1891
  • 4. The Fisherwomen of Tahiti, 1891
  • 5. Te Faaturum (A Brooding Woman), 1891
  • 6. Vairumati Tei Oa (Her Name is Vairumati), 1892
  • 7. The Spirit of the Dead Keeps Watch, 1892
  • 8. Barbarian Music, c. 1893
  • 9. Nave Nave Moe (Sacred Spring), 1894
  • 10. Mahana No Atua (Day of God), 1894
  • 11. Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?, 1897
  • 12. The Idol, 1898
  • 13. Maternity II, 1899
  • 14. Tahitian Idyll, 1901
  • 15. Barbarous Tales, 1902
  • 16. Henri Rousseau (France)
  • 17. Tiger in a Tropical Storm (Surprise!), 1891
  • 18. The Hungry Lion Throws Itself on the Antelope, 1905
  • 19. Snake Charmer, 1907
  • 20. Fight Between Tiger and Buffalo, 1908
  • 21. The Equatorial Jungle, 1909
  • 22. Tropical Forest With Monkeys, 1910
  • 23. Exotic Landscape, 1910
  • 24. Natalia Goncharova (Russia)
  • 25. Mowers, 1908
  • 26. Scene in an Orchard, 1908
  • 27. Woodcutters
  • 28. Stone Woman, 1908
  • 29. Dancing Peasants, 1911
  • 30. Yellow and Green Forest, 1913
  • 31. Soldier at Rest Mikhail Larionov, 1911
  • 32. Cover of Three Kasimir Malevich, 1913
  • 33. Expressionism
  • 34. The Scream Edvard Munch, 1893
  • 35. Die Brücke (Founded 1905)
  • 36. Max Pechstein
  • 37. Sitting Female Nude, 1910
  • 38. Woman in Bed, 1911
  • 39. Emil Nolde
  • 40. Masks. Still Life, 1911
  • 41. The Prophet, 1912
  • 42. Candle Dancers, 1912
  • 43. Karl Schmidt-Rottluff
  • 44. Houses at Night, 1912
  • 45. Pharisees, 1912
  • 46. Three Red Nudes, 1913
  • 47. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  • 48. The Ballroom
  • 49. Bathers Throwing Reeds, 1910
  • 50. Portrait of the Art Historian Wilhelm Niemeyer, 1912
  • 51. Erich Heckel
  • 52. Wood Cut, 1910
  • 53. Sick Girl, 1912
  • 54. Der Blaue Reiter (Founded 1911)
  • 55. Wassily Kandinsky
  • 56. Colorful Life, 1907
  • 57. Improvisation 6 (African), 1909
  • 58. Composition IV, 1911
  • 59. Improvisation, 1912
  • 60. Sea Battle (Improvisation 31), 1913
  • 61. Small Pleasures, 1913
  • 62. Moscow I, 1916

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