Das trojanische Pferd (The Trojan horse) (1924) by Lovis Corinth

Das trojanische Pferd (The Trojan horse) - Lovis Corinth - 1924

Artwork Information

TitleDas trojanische Pferd (The Trojan horse)
ArtistLovis Corinth
MediumOil on Canvas
Dimensions105 x 135 cm (41 3/8 x 53 1/8 in.)
Current LocationNationalgalerie, Berlin

About Das trojanische Pferd (The Trojan horse)

The Trojan Horse is a painting created by German artist Lovis Corinth in 1924 during the Expressionism period. Corinth was known for his synthesis of Impressionism and Expressionism styles, which reflected in his artworks such as portraits, landscapes, and biblical scenes. In 1911, after suffering a stroke, his style shifted to more expressionistic with the use of vibrant colors.

The painting is an oil-on-canvas piece that depicts the story of the Trojan Horse from Greek mythology.

“The Trojan Horse” artwork by Lovis Corinth portrays the story from Greek mythology with a mix of Impressionism and Expressionism styles. The use of vibrant colors and strokes adds depth to the painting, giving it a unique art style characteristic of Lovis Corinth’s works.

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