Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

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Noun1.Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - German expressionist painter (1880-1938)
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Die Brucke, formed in Dresden in 1905 by four architecture students including Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, printed its manifesto in the form of a woodcut print.
From left: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, A Group of Artists (The Painters of the Brucke), 1925-26: ten illustrations from Karl Schrnidt-Rottluff's "The Life of Christ.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) A Group of Artists (The Painters of the Brucke), 1925-26 Oil on canvas Museum Ludwig, Cologne Photo: Rheinisches Bildarchiv Cologne
HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (May 6, 1880), Georges Braque (May 13, 1882), Jasper Johns (May 15, 1930), Mary Cassatt (May 22, 1844), and Franz Kline (May 23, 1910).
One famous visitor was German expressionist painter Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, who came to Davos for convalescence nearly a hundred years ago and fell in love with the Graubunden light.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner was a part of the acclaimed German Expressionism whose artistic representations of such urban elements as buildings, sidewalks, shops, and vehicles showcased both the glamour and the tumult of life in the city.
It was, in their view, the 'Great Mother' that presided over this labyrinthine arrangement, appearing in the form of the'castrating mothers portrayed by such modern masters as Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Picasso and De Kooning.
The omnipresent announcement, however, summons up the expressively agitated graphic work of early modernists such as Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, but ultimately Smith's clashing mix of Pop and expressionism draws heavily on Martin Kippenberger's and Albert Oehlen's irony-drenched necromancy.