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Die Brücke (The Bridge)
They were: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938), Erich Heckel (1883-1970), Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (1884-1976) and Fritz Bleyl (who left shortly afterwards). The group was later joined by Max Pechstein (1881-1955), Otto Mueller (1874-1930) and Emil…
Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956) was born in New York and studied between 1887-1893 in Hamburg, Berlin, Liège and Paris. In 1893, he settled in Berlin where he became a successful cartoonist and illustrator for newspapers and journals in the following…
Fritz M Gross
Frits Gross was born in 1895 in Vienna and died in 1969 in London. Gross studied in Vienna and Paris and is known mainly as the architect who evolved 'open plan' design, first seen in 1929. He and his family came to London in 1938, invited by the…
Erich Heckel (1883-1970) was born in Dobeln, Germany. He and Schmidt-Rottluff studied architecture in Dresden but after founding the “Brücke” group, both left the University in 1905. In 1910, Heckel met the dancer Sidi Riha, who posed for some of…
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff (1884-1976) was born in Rottluff and studied architecture in Dresden with Erich Heckel before they formed, with Bleyl and Kirchner, “die Brücke” in 1905. The group were influenced by the works of Nietzsche and Schmidt-Rottluff…
Independent Expressionist Artists
Many developed a radical, modernist approach, placing them firmly within the Expressionist canon of work. Many had found initial success through the Berlin Secession, the breakaway progressive faction at the turn of the century led by Max…
Cathedral and St.Severus Church at Erfurt
For Rohlfs and other artists in Alfred Hess’ circle, Erfurt became its own subject. In 1924 Dr Walter Kaesbach, Director of the City Museum, invited Rohlfs to stay in Erfurt. He hoped that the architecture of the medieval Cathedral and St Severus…
Fehrbellinerplatz, Berlin 1933
Mixed Media, 1933.