'Riding High' Christian Weikop - Royal Academy Magazine No.131, Summer 2016, p.33

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Despite his untimely death on the battlefields of Verdun in 1916, Marc was a prolific painter, especially between 1911 - when he helped farm he Blaue Reiter group - and the outbreak of the First World War, when he produced many of his most stunning canvases. Work from this period includes the radiant and primitivistic “Red Woman (1912), now in the New Walk Museum and Art Gallery Leicester, which has the best German Expressionist collection in the UK. This is the only painting by Manc in a British art museum and it is worth making the pilgrimage to see this glowing jewel in the crown.

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