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Published by Garton European Prints in London .

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Catalogue of the exhibition held at GartonEuropean Prints, London, October 18th-November 24th, 1989.

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Defiance Despair Desire: German Expressionist Prints from the Marcia and Granvil Specks Collection is organized by the Milwaukee Art Museum and guest curated by independent scholar Frank Whitford. The exhibition travels to the Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, June 12–August 8, and the Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI, October.

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German Expressionism: The Graphic Impulse is accompanied by an extensive website and a grant-funded project to digitize some three thousand of the museum’s German Expressionist works on paper. The exhibition is organized chronologically, forging a path for museum-goers that begins with the work of Die Brücke and Der Blaue Reiter and ends.

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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, one of the group's founders and leaders, is the subject of part one of this program; part two surveys prints by some of the other Die Brücke artists, including Erich Heckel. When visiting the Expressionism in Germany and France: From Van Gogh to Kandinsky exhibition, you will notice several striking paintings and prints by the German artist Max Pechstein (–).

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Kisco NY: Moyer Bell Ltd, ). Image size: xmm. In association with Rex Irwin, Olsen Irwin, Sydney This carefully selected exhibition presents classic examples of the graphic work of the acknowledged leaders of German Expressionism - one of the 20th century's critically creative movements.

Rex Irwin has long held an interest in British and European art, German Expressionism in particular - and this. Gabriele Münter (–) might be one of the best-known female Expressionist artists today.

Although she is often mentioned in the same breath as Wassily Kandinsky, whose companion she was for over a decade, she had a highly impressive career on her own and took part in some of the major avant-garde groups in Germany prior to World War I.

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Carolingian art was restricted to a relatively small number of objects produced for a circle around the court and a number of Imperial abbeys they sponsored, but had a huge influence .Münter, Expressionism in Germany and France showcases works from LACMA’s Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies, one of the most distinguished collections of German Expressionist art in the United States.

The loans in the exhibition come from a range of world-class institutions, including MoMA, the Solomon R.

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