Concise Encyclopedia of Expressionism by Lionel Richard

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In the proximity to horror and death, Beckhimself. In 1 9 1 5 he suffered a physical and nervous breakdown, was discharged and moved from mann found Berlin to Frankfurt. Beckmann now tried to exorcise torment and loneliness, 'The immeasurable solitude in eternity: to experience the extremities of emofear, tion is already to create form. ' 59 Painting and the Graphic Arts BECKMANN, MAX: The BECKMANN, MAX: 40 Synagogue. 1919. Self-portrait. 1922. BECKMANN, MAX: Taba Boccioui The drawn now produced were pictures he line into angular shapes which built fill up from the the whole field of vision - colour was reduced to local colour.

The Prague artists fostered close contacts. They were part of the European scene; from 1 9 1 1 onwards, they took part in all important exhibitions in Germany and organized others in which all the French avant-garde and Die Briicke painters participated. Soon various groupings formed in Prague as a result of rifts; they started from very similar principles, but attacked each other violently over problems of theoretical interpretation and the creative evolution of cubism. However, the cubist method was in every case overlaid with expressionist emotiveness and fused with the native baroque tradition; with it a strong predilection for allegorical and visionary scenes created a quite specific cubo-expressionist style.

In 1 exhibition oiDer Blaue Re iter in he took Munich whose members were personally and artistically close to him in the following years. Delaunay met Apollinaire, Le Fauconnier and Gleizes. In 1912, Delaunay reduced the forms of objects in order to create rhythm and movement from colour alone. His pictures, whose themes are scarcely recognizable any more, were built up from transparent layers of contrasted colour. Delaunay, ject 18 taken his sub- matter from the modern world - airships, aero- planes, the Eiffel at a who had Tower, football- purely abstract solution arrived, after 1912, in his 'disc' pictures where DELAUNAY-TERK, Sonia (Ukraine, From 1890 Sonia grew up in St 14.

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