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Alexej von Jawlensky (Russian, 1864–1941) Pale Woman with Red Hair [Blasses Mädchen mit Roten Haaren], 1911–12 by Symbiosis, via Flickr

expressionnisme art ◈ alexej jawlensky (pale woman with red hair) (torjok russie † wiesbaden art moderne peinture figure portrait palette couleur (painting color)

Alexej Von Jawlensky, one of the most original and powerful Russian 20th C artists, worked for most of his life in Germany with early spells in France. After he had come to terms with the impact of Gauguin, Cezanne and Matisse, his work went through Fauve and expressionist periods in the development of a highly personal style, In 1909 he helped found the Neue Kunstlervereinigung in Munich, and along with Kandinsky was an outstanding member of that group.

Posts about Alexej Georgewitsch von Jawlensky written by Michel Koven

Mit dem Rücken zum Leben, 1928, Marianne von Werefkin. Russian (1860 - 1938)  Via:  Museen Böttcherstraße

Marianne von Werefkin (Russian-German, 1860 - Back to life (Mit dem Rücken zum Leben), 1928

Red City | Marianne von Werefkin 1860-1938 | Russian-born Swiss Expressionist painter

Marianne von Werefkin

Red City | Marianne von Werefkin 1860-1938 | Russian-born Swiss Expressionist painter

Alexej von Jawlensky (Russisch-deutscher Künstler, 1864-1941)  - Gelbes Haus

Alexej von Jawlensky (Russisch-deutscher Künstler, 1864-1941) - Gelbes Haus

Gabriele Münter(German, 1877-1962), Lower Main Street, Murnau, 1910

Gabriele Münter, Lower Main Street, Murnau, oil on canvas (Norton Simon…

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