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The 1000++ Artworks of style Expressionism and with the specified color

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Edvard Munch - The Dance of LifeThe Dance of LifeEdvard Munch
49 x 75 cm, (1899)

The painting uses mostly calm colors, aside from the giant pink I and the bright orange dress. The human shapes seem to be very curvy and there isn't much use of any jagged line. The piece seems really smooth. The Design- It seems like with the use of the cool colors the piece starts out very happy ...

National Gallery (Oslo, Norway)
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Emile Nolde - Flower Garden (Girl and Washing)Flower Garden (Girl and Washing)Emile Nolde

Emil Nolde (7 August 1867 – 13 April 1956) was a German Danish painter and printmaker. He was one of the first Expressionists, a member of Die Brücke, and is considered to be one of the great oil painting and watercolor painters of the 20th century. He is known for his vigorous brushwork and express...

Museum Kunstpalast (Düsseldorf, Germany)
 
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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner - The Drinker (self-portrait)The Drinker (self-portrait)Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

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.

Germanisches Nationalmuseum (Nuremberg, Germany)
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Oskar Kokoschka - Self-portrait of a -Degenerate Artist-Self-portrait of a 'Degenerate Artist'Oskar Kokoschka

This is an original 1948 color print of a self portrait of a Degenerate Artist by Oskar Kokoschka. 'Degenerate Artist' was a term the Nazis used during World War II to justify taking non Nazi Propaganda out of the museums. This piece was illustrated by Kokoschka, Oskar. Artist initials in print - bo...

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (United Kingdom)
 
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Edvard Munch - MelancholyMelancholyEdvard Munch

The practice of free love by the bohemians of Christiania, advocated by Jaeger as suited to an anarchist society, led to a good deal of jealousy. Among those who aroused it was Oda Krohg (wife of the painter Christian Krohg), who became, to borrow Tom Lehrer's phraseology, the hypotenuse of a triang...

National Gallery (Oslo, Norway)
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Edvard Munch - The Day AfterThe Day AfterEdvard Munch

Gallery, Oslo, in 1909 the public was shocked; one critic denounced it as portraying a drunken prostitute. This is unlikely to have been Munch's idea. He did paint several pictures of prostitutes, tending to depict them as unattractive or even grotesque, whereas this woman closely resembles the Mado...

Nasjonalgalleriet (Oslo, Norway)
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Francis Bacon - study after velazquez-s portrait of pope innocent x, 1953study after velazquez's portrait of pope innocent x, 1953Francis Bacon

study after velazquez's portrait of pope innocent x is a 1953 painting by Francis Bacon. The work shows a distorted version of the Portrait of Innocent X painted by the Spanish artist Diego Velázquez in 1650. The work is one of a series of variants of the Velázquez painting which Bacon executed thro...

Des Moines Art Center (Iowa, United States)
 
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Paul Klee - Ad ParnassumAd ParnassumPaul Klee

This painting, considered Klee’s masterpiece, is an example of Klee’s masterful skill with color. Small blocks of shifting colors float through the background, set in place with a thick black outline, evincing the idea of a building or a house. It is also the finest example of Klee’s ability in poin...

Kunstmuseum (Bern, Switzerland)