Expressionism

Expressionism

Expressionism is an artistic current, from which produce productions, counted among the works of 'Modern Art'. Developed first in Germany, around the early 1900s and subsequently spread throughout Europe, proposing representations with characters of decisive juxtaposition with respect to impressionism and quite rightly, in fact the differences between the two movements appear substantial: the impressionists are interested in the light , to the representation of reality filtered by a new sensibility, capturing competitive and coloristic aspects externally pleasing; on the other hand the 'expressionist' authors are not interested in the pleasant reproduction of the external reality, but dig and represent the interiority of the human soul, capturing its fears and fragility linked to the post-modern era. Significant representatives of Expressionism were: Kandinsky, Edvard Munch, Ernest Ludwig Kirchner, Matisse, Vlaminck, Derain, Guttuso and others

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