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nol·de

 (nōl′də, nōld)
v. Obsolete
A past tense of nill.

Nolde

(German ˈnɔldə)
n
(Biography) Emil (ˈeːmiːl). 1867–1956, German painter and engraver, noted particularly for his violent use of colour and the primitive masklike quality of his figures
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In 1934 Berlin hosted an exhibition of Italian Futurist "aeropittura" at the behest of Goebbels (Berghaus 249), the most prominent protagonist of an antiRosenberg faction that insisted Expressionists such as Barlach and Nolde infused their works with the Nordic soul (Petropoulos).
That was the first time I saw German Expressionist woodcuts: Kirchner, Nolde, Schmidt-Rottluff.
Think not of an impressionistic painting by Manet, with his blend-into-the-crowd smudge faces; think instead of the exuberance and fury of the German Expressionist Emil Nolde.
Nolde noted in 1924 that discrimination in international trade does not amount to derogation of the principle of Sovereign Equality of States:
Again, folk traditions mention these foreign traders as those who would have brought the moko to Alor (Gomang 1993:85-7, 99-100, 107; Nolde 2014:122-207), presumably having purchased these drums in very early times from Chinese or Malay intermediaries with direct links to the original production sites in northern Vietnam or southwest China (Calo 2009:112).
That Grekes sholden swich a peple brynge, Thorugh which that Troie moste ben fordo, He caste anon out of the town to go; For wel wiste he by sort that Troye sholde Destroyed ben, ye, wolde whoso nolde.
Nolde, the last official American combat casualty before the Vietnam cease-fire took effect.
Its creators were artists renowned in France--Cezanne, Gauguin, Matisse, Picasso, Signac, Van Gogh, Vlaminck and in Germany--Heckel, Kandinsky, Kirchner, Klee, Nolde, Pechstein.
Mathew's work has been influenced by Cezanne, Emil Nolde and many others.
They were brutally seized almost overnight from respectable civic art galleries, museums and private collections and hung like hostages on public display where the German populace was encouraged to sneer and revile masterworks by, among many others, Matisse, Egon Schiele, Emil Nolde, or Ernst Barlach.
Munch and Nolde, highlights her skill as a powerful colourist, presenting an abstract, distorted view of Christ.
Entre las piezas expuestas se encontraban creaciones de Claude Monet, Edouard Manet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, Pablo Picasso, Amedeo Modigliani, Giorgio de Chirico, Marc Chagall, George Braque, George Grosz, Oskar Kokoschka, Max Beckmann, Henri Matisse, Paul Klee, Vasili Kandinski y de los integrantes del grupo Die Brucke Ernst Ludwig Kirchner y Emil Nolde, cuyas obras procedian de museos publicos alemanes y de colecciones privadas requisadas por los nazis.