Expressionism

Self-portrait (Fiesole) - Kokoschka, Oskar - 1948 - 2

Self-portrait (Fiesole) (1948) by Oskar Kokoschka

The artwork entitled “Self-portrait (Fiesole)” is a quintessential representation of Oskar Kokoschka’s emotive and introspective approach to artmaking. Completed in 1948, this oil on canvas is a work within the Expressionist movement, a genre characterized by an emphasis on the artist’s subjective experience. With dimensions of 65.5 x 55 cm, this self-portrait reflects the artist’s …

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Large Interior W.11 (after Watteau) (1981-1983) by Lucian Freud

The artwork “Large Interior W.11 (after Watteau)” was created by the artist Lucian Freud between 1981 and 1983. It is an oil painting on canvas that exemplifies the Expressionism movement. The dimensions of the artwork are substantial, measuring 186 by 198 centimeters. Known as a genre painting, this piece portrays a scene of everyday life …

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Reflection (self portrait) - Freud, Lucian - 1985 - 2

Reflection (self portrait) (1985) by Lucian Freud

“Reflection (self portrait)” is an evocative artwork by artist Lucian Freud, created in 1985. The medium of this expressive piece is oil on canvas, and it falls within the Expressionism movement. The dimensions of the work measure 51.2 by 56.2 centimeters. As a self-portrait, it stands as a powerful example of the genre, offering insight …

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Reflection with two children (self portrait) - Freud, Lucian - 1965 - 2

Reflection with two children (self portrait) (1965) by Lucian Freud

Created by Lucian Freud in 1965, “Reflection with two children (self portrait)” is an evocative piece crafted with oil on canvas. Exemplifying the Expressionist movement, the artwork measures 91.5 by 91.5 cm and is categorized as a self-portrait. Currently housed at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, Spain, it presents an intimate glimpse into the artist’s …

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Oedipus and the Sphinx After Ingres - BACON, Francis - 1983 - 2

Oedipus and the Sphinx After Ingres (1983) by Francis Bacon

The artwork titled “Oedipus and the Sphinx After Ingres” was created by the artist Francis Bacon in 1983. This oil on canvas reflects the influences of Expressionism and belongs to the genre of mythological painting. It measures 198 cm in height and 147 cm in width. Currently, the artwork is held in a private collection. …

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Seated Riffian (Le Rifain assis) - Matisse, Henri - 1912 - 2

Seated Riffian (Le Rifain assis) (1912) by Henri Matisse

The artwork “Seated Riffian (Le Rifain assis)” is a distinguished painting by Henri Matisse, completed during the years of 1912-1913. Executed in oil on canvas, this expressionist piece measures 200 by 160 cm and portrays a portrait genre. Currently, the artwork resides within the collection of the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, PA, United States. The …

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Two Dancers (Study for Rouge et Noir) - Matisse, Henri - 1938 - 2

Two Dancers (Study for Rouge et Noir) (1938) by Henri Matisse

The artwork “Two Dancers (Study for Rouge et Noir)” was created by Henri Matisse in 1938. It features paper cutouts and thumbtacks as its medium, illustrating Matisse’s innovative use of materials. This work belongs to the Expressionism movement and is categorized as a genre painting. At present, the artwork is held in a private collection. …

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The Red Madras Headress (Mme Matisse Madras Rouge) - Matisse, Henri - 1907 - 2

The Red Madras Headress (Mme Matisse Madras Rouge) (1907) by Henri Matisse

The artwork, “The Red Madras Headdress (Mme Matisse Madras Rouge),” is an oil on canvas painting by Henri Matisse, created in 1907. It is an exemplar of the Expressionism art movement and measures 99.4 x 80.5 cm. The portrait genre piece is currently held in the Barnes Foundation, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. The …

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Study After Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X - Bacon, Francis - 1953 - 2

Study After Velazquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X (1953) by Francis Bacon

The artwork entitled “Study After Velazquez’s Portrait of Pope Innocent X” was created by Francis Bacon in the year 1953. This expressive piece is an oil on canvas, contributing to the Expressionist movement. The painting portrays a symbolic and dramatic reinterpretation of an earlier portrait by Diego Velázquez. Its significant dimensions measure approximately 60 1/4 …

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Two Women in the Street - Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig - 1914 - 2

Two Women in the Street (1914) by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

The artwork “Two Women in the Street” by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, dated 1914, is an exemplar of the Expressionist movement, prominently featured within the genre of portraiture. Executed in oil on canvas, the piece measures 120.5 by 91 cm and is housed in the Kunstsammlung Nordrhein. It depicts a scene infused with vivid colors and …

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Portrait of the Artist's Wife, Seated - Schiele, Egon - 1918 - 2

Portrait of the Artist’s Wife, Seated (1918) by Egon Schiele

The artwork titled “Portrait of the Artist’s Wife, Seated” is an expressionist oil on canvas painting by Egon Schiele completed in 1918. It portrays the artist’s spouse in a seated pose and embodies the traits common to the Expressionism movement. Measuring 140 x 110 cm, this portrait is part of the collection at the Belvedere …

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Self-Portrait with Model - Kirchner, Ernst Ludwig - 1910 - 2

Self-Portrait with Model (1910) by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

“Self-Portrait with Model” is an oil on canvas artwork created by the artist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner in 1910. This self-portrait belongs to the Expressionism movement, a genre that emphasizes the subjective expression of emotion over realistic representation. The artwork, which measures 150.4 by 100 cm (59 1/4 by 39 3/8 in.), is housed at the …

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Captive - Klee, Paul - 1940 - 2

Captive (1940) by Paul Klee

The artwork “Captive” by Paul Klee is a remarkable expressionist portrait created in 1940 using oil on burlap. Measuring 18 7/8 x 17 3/8 inches, this piece is an exemplar of Klee’s unique approach to form and composition within the expressionism movement. As of the noted information, the artwork was a part of the collection …

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Refuge - Klee, Paul - 1930 - 2

Refuge (1930) by Paul Klee

The artwork titled “Refuge,” created by the esteemed artist Paul Klee in 1930, embodies the Expressionist movement through an amalgamation of oil and watercolor mediums. It is a piece of abstract genre with dimensions measuring 56.8 x 38.1 cm (22 3/8 x 15 in.). Klee’s work is considered a paradigm of abstract expression, providing viewers …

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Tiger - Marc, Franz - 1912 - 2

Tiger (1912) by Franz Marc

The artwork titled “Tiger” was created by the artist Franz Marc in the year 1912. This piece is a woodcut on paper, exemplifying the Expressionist art movement. It measures 19.9 by 23.9 cm and falls within the wildlife painting genre. You can find this artwork at the Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus in Munich. The artwork …

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Jeanne Hebuterne with White Collar - Modigliani, Amedeo - 1919 - 2

Jeanne Hebuterne with White Collar (1919) by Amedeo Modigliani

The artwork “Jeanne Hebuterne with White Collar” was created by the renowned artist Amedeo Modigliani in 1919. This oil on canvas painting is a quintessential example of the Expressionist movement, wherein the artist conveys emotional experience rather than physical reality. The portrait, measuring 139.7 x 116.8 cm, is part of a private collection and was …

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Agony - Schiele, Egon - 1912 - 2

Agony (1912) by Egon Schiele

The artwork titled “Agony,” created in 1912 by artist Egon Schiele, is an oil on canvas that embodies the essence of Expressionism. Measuring approximately 70 by 80 centimeters, this genre painting is part of the collection housed at the Neue Pinakothek in Munich, Germany. The artwork vividly captures the emotional intensity and stylistic elements that …

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Ad Parnassun (Paul Klee, 1932)

Ad Parnassun (Paul Klee, 1932)

“Ad Parnassum” is a significant artwork by Paul Klee that was created in 1932. This oil on canvas masterpiece is an example of Expressionism, measuring 126 by 100 centimeters. While the artwork’s genre is classified as a cityscape, it strays from traditional representation and delves into the abstract. Currently housed at the Kunstmuseum Bern in …

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The Scream (Edvard Munch, 1893)

The Scream is a proto-expressionist artwork realized by Norwegian painter Edvard Munch in 1893. It depicts a deformed human figure disturbingly screaming in a landscape with unnatural colors. Representing a universal symbol of anxiety, Munch’s iconic Scream is preserved in the National Gallery of Oslo. What is Depicted in the Artwork? Edvard Munch (1863- 1944) painted The Scream …

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