Much of her work dwells upon the black comedy, emotional extremes and deformed outcasts favored by her German Expressionist
predecessors, and it is, in fact, genuinely new.
Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror," made in 1922, was part of the German Expressionist
movement which greatly influenced the look and feel of early Hollywood horror classics.
One of the first Romantic poets and playwrights, Kleist has come to be regarded as the prototypical expressionist
and existentialist, not to say mad modern genius, that is, an artist whose works resonate with unresolved conflicts--especially between restrained reason and unrepressed emotion.
The company is strong--large by Western standards--and obviously devoted to this particular style of movement, which is almost as expressionist
in its fluent distortions as it is classical.
A major show of German expressionist
painters opened this month at the exhibition space, one of the most comprehensive surveys of the period ever presented in Italy.
Among the notable items comprising the Bovey Family Estate are a 1930s oil painting by American Expressionist
Robert Beauchamp and a selection of works by Hank Lawshe.
a silhouette recalling the emotional treatment of architecture in German Expressionist
will be employed to support the development of crop protection products for the control of the principal weeds, pests and diseases affecting major crops.
Now, only the chalk-white bodies and time-arresting evolutions are left of that expressionist
painter Max Beckmann and his wife left for Amsterdam the very day after the Nazi-sponsored ``Degenerate Art'' show opened in Munich.
As abstract expressionist
Helen Frankenthaler tells Bravo, "You learn from the best of what came before you and then you do your own thing.
No Abstract Expressionist
was less unequivocally an "American" master than de Kooning.