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  • 1. Early Twentieth Century
  • 2. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. “The Street, 1907
  • 3. German Expressionism
  • 4. Emil Nolde. “Still Life With Masks” 1911
  • 5. Emil Nolde. “Crucifixion” 1912
  • 6. Vasily Kandinsky. “Several Circles, No 323” 1926
  • 7. Vasily Kandinsky, “Concentric Circles”
  • 8. Vasily Kandinsky. “Composition No. 4” 1914
  • 9. Vasily Kandinsky. “Compostion No. 5” 1914
  • 10. Vasily Kandinsky, “Yellow, Red, Blue” 1925
  • 11. Franz Marc. “Yellow Cow” 1911
  • 12. Franz Marc. “Large Blue Horses” 1911
  • 13. Franz Marc. “Small Yellow Horses” 1912
  • 14. Kathe Kollowitz. “Self-Portrait” 1910
  • 15. Kathe Kollowitz. “Self-Portrait 1934
  • 16. Kathe Kollowitz. “Wetting the Scythe” 1904.
  • 17. Futurism
  • 18. Umberto Boccioni, “Unique Forms of Continuity in Space” 1913
  • 19. Fernand Leger. “The City” 1919
  • 20. Piet Mondrian, “Broadway Boogie Woogie” 1942-43
  • 21. Piet Mondrian, “Composition With Red, Yellow, and Blue” 1921 Piet Mondrian, “Composition Number 10” 1939-42
  • 22. Marcel Duchamp, “Nude Descending a Staircase, No.2” 1912
  • 23. Constantin Brancusi, “Mademoiselle Pogany Version 1” 1913
  • 24. Constantin Brancusi, “Bird in Space” 1928
  • 25.