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Expressionism

Expressionism - term used for the first time in 1901 by French artist Hervé I gave it the name of this cycle of his paintings in the Salon that issued the Independent. Expressionism term derived from the word denoting clarity of expression and the impact on the recipient and more specifically on the emotional realm. Characteristics of this stream of images is very blurry (deformed and paint) contours, Expressionism emphasis was intended to express the personality of the artist and his feelings. Images of this stream is live, distorted forms, often depicting the death and suffering and loneliness creator.


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