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Lovis Corinth was born 21 July 1858 in Tapiau, Germany and died 17 July 1925 in Zandvoort, the Netherlands. Corinth moved to Munich in 1891, joined the Munich Secession a year later, and in 1893 became one of the founders of the Free Artists…
Pathways to Expressionism - Secession
In 1892 a group of young artists, including Corinth formed the Munich Secession, a breakaway group opposed to rigid academic domination of the arts. In Berlin in the same year, Max Liebermann and Ludwig von Hoffmann (1861-1941), founded Gruppe XI,…
Max Beckmann (1884-1950) was born in Leipzig and studied at the Weimar Academy before he moved to Berlin in 1905, where he joined the “Berlin Sezession” in 1907 and met Liebermann, Corinth and Slevogt. During the Berlin period, he founded the…
Martin Bloch (1883-1954) was born in Neisse, Silesia. He studied aesthetics with the Swiss art historian Heinrich Woelfflin in Munich and in 1907 he took drawing lessons in Berlin with Lovis Corinth as teacher. In 1911 Bloch exhibited at the art…
Hedwig Frieda Käthe Marquardt was born 28 November 1884 in Magdeburg, Germany, and died 14 April 1969 in Hanover, Germany. She initially trained as an art teacher in Kassel, but went on to study art at the Kunstgewerbeschule, Magdeburg, and then…
Max Slevogt was born in 1868 in Landshut, Germany, and died in 1932 in Neukastel. After studying art at the Munich Academy and in Paris at the Académie Julian, he moved to Berlin and became involved with the Berlin Secession, meeting Corinth and…
Report 2 - International significance of the collection
Points covered An outline of key works and their particular significance within the narratives of German Expressionism. A list of public collections internationally that have closely related works. A list of private collections internationally that…