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W16 Thurman - HISTORY 396 / AAS 395 / GERMAN 396 - Germany and the Black Diaspora

German Expressionism and primitivism

Heinrich Campendonk<br><em>Portrait of Jean Bloe Niestlé</em><br>1921<br>woodcut with watercolor, gouache and gold | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1970/2.122
This is a line drawing of a woman's head inscribed within a vertical rectangle. Simple horizontal and vertical lines depict the eyes, nose, and mouth while a few curved lines above each eye depict a hair line, and a large "U" forms the chin. 
Alexei Jawlensky<br><em>Kopf</em><br>1921 - 1922<br>lithograph | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1953/2.3
This woodcut print of an abstracted landscape is done in green, red, yellow, blue, and black. An architectural form appears on the left and an archer on horseback appears in the lower right corner.  
Wassily Kandinsky<br><em>The Archer</em><br>1908 - 1909<br>woodblock | paper<br>Museum purchase<br>1954/1.152
Käthe Kollwitz<br><em>'Bauernkrieg' (Peasant War Cycle). Losbruch (Outbreak)</em><br>1903<br>aquatint and etching | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1957/1.106
Christian Rohlfs<br><em>Dancers (Zwei Tänzende)</em><br>1908 - 1918<br>linoleum cut | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1949/2.55
László Moholy-Nagy<br><em>Militarism (Militarismus)</em><br>1924<br>gelatin silver print from rephotographed photomontage | paper<br>Museum Purchase made possible by the Friends of the Museum of Art<br>1988/1.134
Ernst Kirchner<br><em>Bathing Girls</em><br>1912<br>graphite | paper<br>Gift of Herbert Barrows<br>2000/2.167
Ernst Kirchner<br><em>Two Women</em><br>1905 - 1915<br>crayon | wove paper<br>Gift of Herbert Barrows<br>2000/2.164
Portrait head with landscape in background.
Ernst Kirchner<br><em>Portrait of David Müller</em><br>1919<br>woodcut | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1949/2.57
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff<br><em>Portrait</em><br>1884 - 1948<br>lithograph | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1948/1.76
A monumentally stylized head of a woman. Her head is tilted slighty to the viewer&#39;s right. Her eyes, nose, and lips are large and almost mask-like. She appears to be wearing a hat of a modern style. Shading is executed with powerful parallel lines and cross-hatching. The year of the work&#39;s execution, 1916, appears in the lower right.
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff<br><em>Head of a Woman (Frauenkopf)</em><br>1916<br>wood cut | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1949/1.175
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff<br><em>Men with Boat (Fishermen with Boat); Ausfahrende Fischer</em><br>1923<br>lithograph | cream wove paper<br>Gift of Gilbert M. Frimet<br>1985/1.121

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