Tag Archive: Expressionist art

Mar 04

Arts Everyday Living: Ascending into the Swiss Mountains and the Forest Kingdom

Click on the work of art to enlarge or enhance it.           ASCENDING INTO THE SWISS MOUNTAINS THE FOREST KINGDOM   ____________________ ____________________ i am very happy and thankful to be here in Switzerland and to remain. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Letter, July, 1919 German master Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) was one of the …

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Oct 19

Arts Everyday Living: Another Side of Edvard Munch–His Dog’s Best Friend

Click on the work of art to enlarge or enhance it.         EDVARD MUNCH HIS DOG’S BEST FRIEND     ____________________ ____________________ Munch bought a pretty house, Nedre Ramme, on its own cup-shaped cove……It had a perfect view of the sunset.  He had a horse called Rousseau who was meant to plough the land but spent …

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Mar 07

Arts Everyday Living: Artists in the Movies, Part III—From Vermeer to Picasso

Click on the works of art to enlarge or enhance them.     I’ve discovered that I could cover this topic in at least another week of blogs, so I’m providing a special summary of some more films and movies about artists.   VERMEER IN THE 21ST CENTURY Tim’s Vermeer, now showing, described as a …

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Nov 29

Arts Everyday Living: Edvard Munch—The Return of The Scream

Click on the work of art to enlarge it.   My friends went on but I just stood trembling with an open wound in my breast. I heard a huge extraordinary scream pass through nature.*     Edvard Munch’s The Scream is another example of a major work of art stolen in recent years.  Almost …

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