Russian Propaganda (1917-1933)

Forward to 1.6 Modern Art (post-WWI-1950s)Back to Germany Der Blaue Reiter (1911-1914) QUICK LINKS:Moor – Red Army enlistmentApsit – Defend PetrogradMoor – Red Army volunteersApsit – Workers and PeasantsKogout – bread from labourMoor – 1st of May Bondi – Revolution 100 yearsSimakov – Fifth AnniversaryLyushin – Young Communist LeagueUnidentified – Komsomol educationKokorekin – unite […]

Continue Reading Der Blaue Reiter – Blue Rider (1911-1914)

Forward to Russian Propaganda (1917-1953)Back to Die Brücke (1905-1913) QUICK LINKS:Self Portrait, WerefkinCover of Der Blaue Reiter Almanach, KandinskyThe Yellow Cow, Marc Composition VII, KandinskyFarewell, MackeFlower Myth, KleeCathedral, Feininger Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider) was a group of artists united in rejection of the Neue Künstlervereinigung München in Munich, Germany. The group […]

Continue Reading Die Brücke (The Bridge) (1905-1913)

Forward to Der Blaue Reiter (1911-1914)Back to Young Poland (1890-1918) QUICK LINKS:Japanese Theatre, KirchnerSinger (in a green dress), NoldeKopf (The Head), NoldeBerlin Street Scene, Kirchner White Dancer in a Cabaret, KirchnerSt Francis, Schmidt-Rottluff Die Brücke (The Bridge) was a group of German expressionist artists formed in Dresden in 1905. Founding members were Fritz […]

Continue Reading Young Poland (1890-1918)

Forward to Germany Die Brücke (1905-1913)Back to Russia Mir iskusstva (1898-1904) QUICK LINKS:The Florists, BoznańskaMelancholia, MalczewskiSelf portrait folded hand, BoznańskaKonstantin Laszczka, Wyczółkowski Mediations, Ash Wednesday, WojtkiewiczSun in May, MehofferComposition, Witkiewicz Young Poland was a modernist period in Polish visual arts, literature and music, covering roughly the years between 1890 and 1918. It was […]

Continue Reading Russian Mir Iskusstva (‘World of Art’ magazine) (1898-1904)

Forward to Young Poland (1890-1918)Back to Russian Avant Garde (1890-1930) QUICK LINKS: A man with eyeglasses, DobuzhinskyEmpress Elizabeth Petrovna at Tsarskoye Selo, Lansere Portrait of a Woman, Somov Mir iskusstva was a Russian magazine and an artistic movement that inspired a major influence on the Russians who helped revolutionise European art during the […]

Continue Reading Russian Avant Garde (1890-1930)

Forward to Russia Mir iskusstva (1898-1904)Back to Vienna Secession (1897-1905) QUICK LINKS:Angels thowing Stones on the City, GoncharovaRooster. A Rayonist Sketch, LarionovThe Cyclist, GoncharovaComposition VII, Kandinsky Black Square, MalevichCompsition with figures, PopovaVenice, EksterTatlin’s Tower, TatlinSelf portrait, Puni The Russian avant-garde was a large, influential wave of avant-garde modern art that flourished in the […]

Continue Reading Vienna Secession (1897-1905)

Forward to Russian Avant-Garde (1890-1930)Back to 1.5.6 Eastern Europe Index (1899-1953) QUICK LINKS:Aureol, AuchentallerPallas Athene, Klimt Dance, Moser The Vienna Secession aka the Union of Austrian Artists, is an art movement, closely related to Art Nouveau, that was formed in 1897 by a group of Austrian painters, graphic artists, sculptors and architects, including Josef […]

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1.5.6 Eastern Europe Index (1899-1930)

Forward to Vienna Secession – Forward to 1.6 Modern Art – post-WWI to 1950sBack to 1.5.8 Ashcan School (1891-1913) – Back to 1.5 Modern Art (1860-WWI) Vienna Secession Russian Avant Garde Russia Mir ikusstva Young Poland Germany Die Brücke Germany Der Blaue Reiter Russian Propaganda Forward to […]

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