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The Emotional Self

  1. 1. The Emotional Self
  2. 2. •If something can’t be measured it doesn’t exist.
  3. 3. Willem DeKooning, Pink Angels, 1948 Leonardo Da Vinci, stduy for angel, 15?? Which is more real?
  4. 4. Influences on Expressionism
  5. 5. Influences on Expressionism
  6. 6. Influences on Expressionism
  7. 7. Influences on Expressionism
  8. 8. Influences on Expressionism
  9. 9. Influences on Expressionism
  10. 10. Influences on Expressionism
  11. 11. Influences on Expressionism
  12. 12. • Expressionism was a modernist movement, initially in poetry and painting, originating in Germany at the beginning of the 20th century.
  13. 13. • Its typical trait is to present the world solely from a subjective perspective, distorting it radically for emotional effect in order to evoke moods or ideas.
  14. 14. • Expressionist artists sought to express meaning or emotional experience rather than physical reality. • - from Wikipedia
  15. 15. James Ensor 1860 - 1949
  16. 16. James Ensor
  17. 17. James Ensor
  18. 18. James Ensor
  19. 19. James Ensor
  20. 20. James Ensor
  21. 21. James Ensor
  22. 22. James Ensor
  23. 23. Emil Nolde 1867 - 1956
  24. 24. Emil Nolde
  25. 25. Emil Nolde
  26. 26. Emil Nolde
  27. 27. Emil Nolde
  28. 28. Emil Nolde
  29. 29. Emil Nolde
  30. 30. Emil Nolde
  31. 31. Emil Nolde
  32. 32. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner 1880 - 1938
  33. 33. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  34. 34. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  35. 35. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  36. 36. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  37. 37. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  38. 38. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  39. 39. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  40. 40. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  41. 41. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  42. 42. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
  43. 43. Otto Dix
  44. 44. Otto Dix
  45. 45. Otto Dix
  46. 46. Otto Dix
  47. 47. Otto Dix
  48. 48. Otto Dix
  49. 49. Otto Dix
  50. 50. Otto Dix
  51. 51. Gabriele Munter
  52. 52. Gabriele Munter
  53. 53. Gabriele Munter
  54. 54. Gabriele Munter
  55. 55. Gabriele Munter
  56. 56. Gabriele Munter
  57. 57. Gabriele Munter
  58. 58. Gabriele Munter
  59. 59. Kathe Kollwitz 1867 – 1945
  60. 60. Kathe Kollwitz
  61. 61. Kathe Kollwitz
  62. 62. Kathe Kollwitz
  63. 63. Kathe Kollwitz
  64. 64. Kathe Kollwitz
  65. 65. Kathe Kollwitz
  66. 66. Kathe Kollwitz
  67. 67. Kathe Kollwitz
  68. 68. Kathe Kollwitz
  69. 69. Kathe Kollwitz
  70. 70. Kathe Kollwitz
  71. 71. Kathe Kollwitz
  72. 72. Kathe Kollwitz
  73. 73. • Neo-expressionism painting, an important cultural phenomenon of China in the late 20th century, is characterized by cultural transformation, cultural mergence of China and western countries, market-oriented art, post-modernism, post-colonialism, etc.
  74. 74. • Neo-expressionism is focusing on the nature and value of human beings, attaching great importance to the spiritual belief and dignity of mankind and laying particular stress on the cultural criticism. • - from
  75. 75. Zeng Fanzhi
  76. 76. Zeng Fanzhi 1964 -
  77. 77. Zeng Fanzhi
  78. 78. Zeng Fanzhi
  79. 79. Zeng Fanzhi
  80. 80. Zeng Fanzhi
  81. 81. Zeng Fanzhi
  82. 82. Zeng Fanzhi
  83. 83. Zeng Fanzhi
  84. 84. Xu Jiang
  85. 85. Xu Jiang
  86. 86. Xu Jiang
  87. 87. Xu Jiang
  88. 88. Xu Jiang
  89. 89. Xu Jiang
  90. 90. Xu Jiang
  91. 91. Wang Yuping 1962 -
  92. 92. Wang Yuping
  93. 93. Wang Yuping
  94. 94. Wang Yuping
  95. 95. Wang Yuping
  96. 96. Wang Yuping
  97. 97. Wang Yuping
  98. 98. Wang Yuping
  99. 99. Wang Yuping

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