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Erich Heckel (1883-1970) was born in Dobeln, Germany. He and Schmidt-Rottluff studied architecture in Dresden but after founding the “Brücke” group, both left the University in 1905. In 1910, Heckel met the dancer Sidi Riha, who posed for some of…
Exhibition Poster for Stuttgart 1963
The original woodcut is 'Portrait of a Man' (1919) Through the medium of this exhibition poster, we can see the expressive power of Heckel’s self-portrait of 1919. The colour scheme and bold woodcut technique marks this portrait as one of the…
On the reverse side of this work is the 'Portrait of a Bearded Man' lithograph by Erich Heckel (1907).
Front cover of the guest book of Alfred and Tekla Hess. All the artists who stayed with Alfred and Tekla Hess were encouraged to add a sketch or poem to the visitor’s books. Many did, and the originals are now in the Bauhaus-Archiv Museum, Berlin.…
Young Woman with High Hat
Erich Heckel was a painter, printmaker and sculptor, well known for being one of the co-founders of the Expressionist group Die Brücke, along with Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. A keen and experimental printmaker as well as a…
Portrait Of A Bearded Man
On the reverse side of this work is the 'Two Bulls' lithograph by Erich Heckel (1908).
Man on a Plain
The taut, attenuated forms of this self-portrait and the pulsating lines coming from the sky reflect the oppressiveness and strain of the war years. The composition has been compared to Munch’s lithograph of The Scream of 1895 where the…
Expressionism: The Total Artwork Gallery
Leicester 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…
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…
Max Kaus was born 11 March 1891 in Berlin, and died 5 August 1977 in Berlin. He attended the School of Arts and Crafts in Berlin-Charlottenburg and was heavily influenced by the artists of Die Brucke. Although he made prints form 1916, his most…