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Max Liebermann was born of Jewish parents in July 20, 1847 in Berlin, and died in February 8th, 1935 in Berlin. He was a German-Jewish painter and printmaker, and one of the leading proponents of Impressionism in Germany. The son of a Jewish fabric…
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,…
Promenaders in the Tiergarten
The Tiergarten, the large green park in the centre of Berlin was a favourite location for Liebermann, who made numerous paintings and studies of families and children, horseriders and people strolling beneath the trees.
The Artist's Granddaughter with Her Nurse
Alternative title: The Granddaughter in the Wicker Chair Liebermann’s granddaughter was a much loved and frequent visitor to the artist’s lakeside villa. In this relaxed and unsentimental study, she is shown with her book leaning on a chair, while…
Expressionism: The Total Artwork Gallery
New Walk Museum & Art Gallery We are proud to host the largest collection of German Expressionist artwork in the UK, and with support from Arts Council England have re-displayed the collection. Our new gallery uses cutting edge museum design to…
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…
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…
Curt Herrmann was born on 1st February, 1854 in Merseburg, Germany and died on 13th September, 1929 in Erlangen, Germany. Herrmann studied in Berlin with Karl Steffeck, and in Munich, setting up an art school in Berlin in the 1890s. He represents…
Christian Rohlfs (1849-1938) was born in Nierendorf and studied first in Berlin and then in Weimar where he met Liebermann in 1874. In 1901, he left Weimar and, following an invitation by the collector Karl Ernst Osthaus, went to Hagen where he…
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…