Blaue Reiter

Blaue Reiter

(ˈblauə ˈraitər)
n
(Art Movements) der Blaue Reiter. a group of German expressionist painters formed in Munich in 1911, including Kandinsky and Klee, who sought to express the spiritual side of man and nature, which they felt had been neglected by impressionism
[C20: literally: blue rider, name adopted by Kandinsky and Marc because they liked the colour blue, horses, and riders]
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De son cote, l'artiste peintre Chama Attar a aborde ensuite le constat et l'etude des productions particulieres de ces artistes defunts, en evoquant comment ils rejoignaient, sans le savoir, d'autres recherches et courants de peinture a travers le monde, nuancant les ecoles de l'expressionnisme allemand ( Die Br'cke [beaucoup moins que] le pont[beaucoup plus grand que] et Der Blaue Reiter [beaucoup moins que] le cavalier bleu[beaucoup plus grand que]) , et de conclure que leur productions n'avait rien de fermee sur le monde qui les entourait de loin, en observant les connexions artistiques et humaines qu'ils en degageaient.
Thus, the exhibition examines the reception of Cezanne, Gauguin, and Van Gogh, the Neo-Impressionists with Signac, the Fauves with Matisse and the Cubists with Picasso in relation to the German Expressionist artists of Die Brucke (The Bridge) and Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider).
In his essay "Das Verhaltnis zum Text"--written to appear in the almanac Der Blaue Reiter (ed.
In a period of experimentation and movement towards more symbolic work, Kandinsky and other like-minded artists founded Der Blaue Reiter (the Blue Rider) in 1911, a group of artists based in Munich who emphasized the expression of extreme psychological conditions in their art.
More than 30 paintings, prints, drawings and sculptures survey expressionism and the groups of artists--such as Der Blaue Reiter --that flourished in Germany in the early 20th century.
Winning owner no mug The new April evening meeting didn't get the Norfolk public excited, as a crowd of fewer than 1,000 was the smallest many locals could remember, but largerthan-life owner Clive Washbourn certainly filled the room after Der Blaue Reiter made a winning debut in the two-year-old maiden.
It was sparked by the formation of 2 artist groups: one, called Die Brucke (The Bridge), beginning in 1905 in Dresden and the other, known as Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider), in Munich.
Along with Franz Marc, he helped found Der Blaue Reiter (Blue Rider) group in Munich, Germany.
It was not until the following year that with Jawlensky and Kandinsky, they would establish the Blaue Reiter group who are considered to mark the high point of German Expressionism.
In Austrian museums there has been a gap until now in international classical modern art, namely, French Impressionism and Post-impressionism, the German Expressionism of the Blaue Reiter and the BrA1/4cke, the Fauves, or Russian avant-garde from Chagall to Malevich.
The Blau Reiter art movement began in 1911, founded by the same two young painters who here edit THE BLAUE REITER ALMANAC: it blended international culture with European avant-garde and THE BLAUE REITER ALMANAC provides essays long unavailable in English.
Founded in 1911 and disbanded at the outbreak of World War I, the Blaue Reiter was the first systematic attempt to combine elements from multiple times and cultures into an avant-garde for the new century.