German & Austrian Expressionism
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German & Austrian Expressionism [catalogue of the exhibition held at] New Orleans Museum of Art, Nov. 22, 1975 thru Jan. 18, 1976. by New Orleans Museum of Art

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Published by New Orleans Museum of Art in [New Orleans] .
Written in English


  • Expressionism (Art) -- Exhibitions,
  • Expressionism (Art) -- Germany -- Exhibitions,
  • Expressionism (Art) -- Austria -- Exhibitions

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Edition Notes

Other titlesCharles Rand Penney Collection
ContributionsDunbar, Sarah Blodgett
The Physical Object
Pagination93 p. :
Number of Pages93
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22856105M
LC Control Number75037240

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Book Description: More than any other avant-garde movement, German Expressionism captures the aesthetic revolution of 20th-century modernity in all its contrasts and conflicts. In continuous eruptions from to , Expressionism upset reigning practices . Austrian Expressionism: Kokoschka and Schiele. Austrian artists such as Oskar Kokoschka and Egon Schiele, were inspired by German Expressionism, but interpreted the style in their individual and personalized manners never forming an official association like the Germans. Kokoschka and Schiele sought to express the decadence of modern Austria through similarly expressive representations of .   Serge Sabarsky, an internationally known art dealer and leading authority on German and Austrian Expressionist art, died on Friday at Mount Sinai Hospital in . ?The largest portion of Hagemann's book consists of a chronology (by month) of the various exhibitions, concerts, world events, publications, plays, and events in the lives of the artists who are related to or have affected German and Austrian Expressionism from to ; some artists have been included who are not ordinarily associated with Expressionists.

Museum for German and Austrian art from the early twentieth century. Located at Fifth Avenue and 86th Street on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Expressionism: German and Austrian Works on Paper from the Permanent Collection. Begin Date: End Date: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, and Käthe Schmidt Kollwitz, artists at the forefront of the expressionist and social realist movements in Germany. Two of the works on display are new acquisitions, given to the Museum in. German Expressionism consisted of a number of related creative movements in Germany before the First World War that reached a peak in Berlin during the developments in Germany were part of a larger Expressionist movement in north and central European culture in fields such as architecture, dance, painting, sculpture, as well as article deals primarily with . Amid a frenzy of lurid color and distortion, discover a calm, authoritative overview of German Expressionism. From the leading collectives of Die Category: Books > Art.