Emil Nolde - Evening Landscape North Frisia

Emil Nolde / Emil Hansen

Expressionism
Emil Nolde, Paradise Lost, 1921, Oil on rough canvas (sackcloth), 106.5 × 157 cm © Nolde Stiftung Seebüll : Fotowerkstatt Elke Walford and Dirk Dunkelberg
Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

The upcoming exhibition explores the ties between Emil Nolde and the Nazi regime and the effect of his political ideology on his artistic practice.

Blick in die Ausstellung DIE BRÜCKE, Museum Frieder Burda 1
Exhibition Announcements, Art History   |   Elena Martinique

The current exhibition at Museum Frieder Burda is one of the most extensive exhibitions dedicated to Die Brucke group in the last ten years.

Emil_Nolde,_1915,_Die_Grablegung_(Begravelsen,_The_Burial),_oil_on_canvas,_87_x_117_cm,_Stiftung_Nolde,_Seebüll
Artist(s) in Focus, Top Lists, Art History   |   Silka P

Return back to the past when German painters re-shaped the face of art recording the devastation of the war offering in return some of the most revolutionary images

Alex Katz - Red Roses with Blue 2001, detail via Sothebyscom
Artwork(s) In Focus, Top Lists, Art History   |   Amy Lin

From Vincent's Sunflowers we all know and love to Georgia O'Keeffe's floral watercolors, these are the famous flower paintings that radiate the beauty of nature.

Paul Gauguin- Spirit of the Dead Watching, 1892

Fascination with indigenous played an important role in Western modern art and the influence of Primitivism can be seen in street art as well.