books0977: Russisches Ballett (I), 1912. August Macke (German, Expressionism, 1887-1914). Oil on canvas. Kunsthalle, Bremen. Macke’s simple and direct approach to everyday life, his carefully balanced compositions, and his lively colors all enhanced his images of the column-like figures. The serene and balanced visions show a world of visual poetry which separates him from the more forceful works of his expressionist friends.
Heinrich Campendonk, Mother and Child, 1917. Heinrich Campendonk, after Blue Rider, joined the Rhenish Expressionists at the influence of Mache. It represent an aspect of German Expressionism that depends.