Impressionist and Modern Art

Modern Art rejected the past as a model for creating art, and was characterized by pure originality, innovation, and experimentation. Modern Art is largely thought to have originated with the Impressionists, who rallied against the rigid academic standards of the day. Other movements associated with Modern Art include Cubism, Futurism, and Expressionism.

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Sigmar Polke
Untitled (Hair Removable Créme)
1963
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Lyonel Feininger
Houses in Paris
created 1919-1972
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Max Pechstein
Sitzendes Maedchen (Sitting Girl)
1909
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Ernst Hermann Holthoff
Doctor Eisenbart
1923
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Emil Nolde
E.N. (Selbstbildins) (Self-Portrait)
1908
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Wassily Kandinsky
Schwarzer Fleck
1912
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Wassily Kandinsky
Jungster Tag (Judgement Day)
1912
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Otto Dix
Nude (Young Woman Standing)
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Arthur Segal
Der Schuster (Zyklus Arbeit)
circa 1919
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