German expressionism at its best!

Erich HECKEL - Geschwister (Siblings), 1913 woodcut, on laid paper

Gert Wollheim, ‘Head of an Old Man,’ circa  1930's, German Expressionism.

Gert Wollheim, ‘Head of an Old Man,’ circa German Expressionism. Black grainy background w/ outlines gives it a dark, negative feel.

Kathe Kollowitz

Artist: Kathe Kollwitz Title: Hunger Date of artwork: 1925 Nationality of artist: German

German Expressionism - Kathe Kollwitz

Die Witwe I, or The Widow I by Kathe Kollwitz, woodcut on paper, approximately 15 inches by 9 inches

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner  Zwei Köpfe. – Portrait Hans Rohner und Lotte Kraft

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Zwei Köpfe. – Portrait Hans Rohner und Lotte Kraft

Schmidt-Rottluff

Woodcut, 50 x cm, Galerie Henze & Ketterer. This print was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in

Ernst Kirchner - The Street - 1913 - German Expressionism.

GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM/ DIE BRUCKE (The Bridge) "Street, Berlin" Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Die Brucke artists wanted to use color and form to show the realities of life- they painted their inner convictions

Max Pechstein, "Dancer Reflected in a Mirror," Woodcut. The MOMA describes this dancer as bored; That juxtaposition is intriguing.

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