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The Drinker (self-portrait), 1914 by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938, Germany)

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The Drinker (self-portrait), 1914 by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938, Germany)
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"The Drinker (self-portrait)"

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - 119 x 89 cm - 1914 - (Germanisches Nationalmuseum (Nuremberg, Germany))

Important self-portrait from this period, The Drinker, was painted in 1915 in Kirchner's Berlin studio, before he was sent to Halle.3 This self-portrait conveys Kirchner's despair about his situation, a despair that turned into horror in the Oberlin painting.



 
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Important self-portrait from this period, The Drinker, was painted in 1915 in Kirchner's Berlin studio, before he was sent to Halle.3 This self-portrait conveys Kirchner's despair about his situation, a despair that turned into horror in the Oberlin painting.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
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