Tag Archives: Expressionism

Emile Nolde – The German, Expressionist Grasp of Darkness

Otto Herbig - The Frontrunner of 'German Expressionism'

Germany has had a wealthy legacy of passionate artists. From literary giants to the wielders of paint, they’ve stunned the world with their insanity, and utter battle. German watercolor painter and the printmaker of the 20th century, Emile Nolde, born Emile Hansen, to Frisian & Danish peasant mother and father on August 7, 1867, within […]

German Expressionist Cinema – From Caligari to Metropolis

About Paul Cezanne and "Fruit and Jug on a Table"

After theWorld Conflict I and till the arising of the Nazism initially of the 1930s, Germany was the birthplace of a brand new film fashion primarily based within the stylistic options of the expressionist motion equivalent to using the chiaroscuro, oneiric atmospheres and exaggerated angles and compositions. The precise start date of this motion have […]

Otto Herbig – The Frontrunner of ‘German Expressionism’

Otto Herbig - The Frontrunner of 'German Expressionism'

Otto Herbig, born on December 31, 1889, in Dorndorf, Werra, was a German artist, credited of being the torchbearer of the German Expressionism. As a faculty scholar, he appeared enthralled by the architectural brilliance of his native metropolis, as was evident in his earlier work. Owing to his creative aptitude, Otto Herbig acquired himself enrolled […]