EXPRESSIONISMPresentation by Kaitlyn Szczepanik and Courtney Johnson
Six Dancers by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner-1911
The beginning of Expressionism◦ 1905◦ Die Brucke◦ Der Blaue Rieter◦ Revolt against Impressionism
Key’s of Expressionism◦ Bold, strong colors◦ Not about realism◦ Emotion◦ Connection between artist and work or viewer and ...
More to Know!◦ Influenced by society, changes in society.◦ Swirling, Swaying, and exaggerated brushstrokes.◦ Art came from...
The Die Brucke◦ The Bridge◦ 1905 in Dresden Germany◦ Kirchner, Heckel, Pechstein, and Schmidt-Rottluff◦ Emil Nolde 1908◦ L...
Continued!!◦ Bold colors and designs◦ Graphic images(Nudes)◦ Bridge art together◦ Total freedom◦ Aesthetic◦ Individualized...
Street Dresden by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner-1908
The Der Blaue Reiter◦ The Blue Rider◦ Strong, symbolic colors.◦ Kandinsky, Munter, Marc, Jawlensky, Werefkin◦ 1911 Munich,...
The Der Blaue Reiter Returns◦ More sophisticated than the Die Brucke◦ More ideological and more concerned with changing th...
Fate of the Animals by Franz Marc-1913
Masks Still Life III by Emil Nolde (1911) Self- Portrait by Marianne Von Werefkin (1910)
Vincent Van Gogh◦ Influenced Expressionism◦ Major influence on Der Blaue Reiter◦ Suffered a mental illness◦ ‘Starry Night ...
Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh
Sunflowers By Vincent Van Gogh-1888
Edvard Munch◦ 1880- shortly before death in 1944◦ 1889-1909◦ Nomad and self isolation◦ The Frieze of Life- The Scream, Anx...
Madonna by Edvard Munch-1894
The Scream by Edvard Munch-1893
Other Forms of Expressionism◦ Literature◦ Drama-New approach to staging, scene design and directing.-Totally unified stage...
The End to Expressionism◦ Hitler (1933)◦ The Degenerate Art Exhibition (1937)◦ Continued to evolve in a variety of ways◦ R...
Ballet Dancers by Max Pechstein-1912
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Expressionism art movement

  1. 1. EXPRESSIONISMPresentation by Kaitlyn Szczepanik and Courtney Johnson
  2. 2. Six Dancers by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner-1911
  3. 3. The beginning of Expressionism◦ 1905◦ Die Brucke◦ Der Blaue Rieter◦ Revolt against Impressionism
  4. 4. Key’s of Expressionism◦ Bold, strong colors◦ Not about realism◦ Emotion◦ Connection between artist and work or viewer and work◦ Distortion◦ 2-D subjects
  5. 5. More to Know!◦ Influenced by society, changes in society.◦ Swirling, Swaying, and exaggerated brushstrokes.◦ Art came from within.◦ All affected by WW1◦ Trying to shock◦ “Art is nothing but the expression of our dream; the more we surrender toit the closer we get to the inner truth of things, our dream-life, the true lifethat scorns questions and does not see them.” -Franz Marc
  6. 6. The Die Brucke◦ The Bridge◦ 1905 in Dresden Germany◦ Kirchner, Heckel, Pechstein, and Schmidt-Rottluff◦ Emil Nolde 1908◦ Landscapes and Nudes◦ Earliest Revolt◦ African and Gothic Art
  7. 7. Continued!!◦ Bold colors and designs◦ Graphic images(Nudes)◦ Bridge art together◦ Total freedom◦ Aesthetic◦ Individualized. Resented Kirchner
  8. 8. Street Dresden by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner-1908
  9. 9. The Der Blaue Reiter◦ The Blue Rider◦ Strong, symbolic colors.◦ Kandinsky, Munter, Marc, Jawlensky, Werefkin◦ 1911 Munich, Munchen◦ Connection between visual arts and music.◦ Spiritual Connection: Painting and Viewer◦ Not exactly an Expressionist group◦ Almanac◦ 2 exhibitions
  10. 10. The Der Blaue Reiter Returns◦ More sophisticated than the Die Brucke◦ More ideological and more concerned with changing the world◦ An international group◦ Never developed a common style◦ Formal Aesthetic◦ Vassily Kandinsky= Dominant◦ Ended WW1◦ If a bunch of artist are isolated and nomadic together are they stillisolated?
  11. 11. Fate of the Animals by Franz Marc-1913
  12. 12. Masks Still Life III by Emil Nolde (1911) Self- Portrait by Marianne Von Werefkin (1910)
  13. 13. Vincent Van Gogh◦ Influenced Expressionism◦ Major influence on Der Blaue Reiter◦ Suffered a mental illness◦ ‘Starry Night ‘◦ ‘Sunflowers’◦ Dark Colors◦ Used color to express his feelings◦ Thick layers and strong brushstrokes◦ “Instead of trying to reproduce exactly what I see before my eyes, I use colorsmore arbitrarily to express myself forcibly.”- Van Gogh
  14. 14. Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh
  15. 15. Sunflowers By Vincent Van Gogh-1888
  16. 16. Edvard Munch◦ 1880- shortly before death in 1944◦ 1889-1909◦ Nomad and self isolation◦ The Frieze of Life- The Scream, Anxiety, Jealousy, Madonna, and The Kiss◦ Traumatic childhood◦ Landscape “freed’ Munch◦ “Nature is not only all that is visible to the eye… it also includes the inner pictures of the soul.” -EdvardMunch
  17. 17. Madonna by Edvard Munch-1894
  18. 18. The Scream by Edvard Munch-1893
  19. 19. Other Forms of Expressionism◦ Literature◦ Drama-New approach to staging, scene design and directing.-Totally unified stage◦ Film◦ Music-Atonal (distorts traditional tonality.)-Unrecognizable melody
  20. 20. The End to Expressionism◦ Hitler (1933)◦ The Degenerate Art Exhibition (1937)◦ Continued to evolve in a variety of ways◦ Resurfaced in art across the world
  21. 21. Ballet Dancers by Max Pechstein-1912

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