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An art movement dominant in germany from 1905-1925, in which the quality of inner experience; the emotions of the artist are expressed through emphasis and distortion. the artists expresses what they have within themselves instead of what can actually be seen with the eyes. A few examples of expressionists are die Brücke, francisco de Goya, vincent van gogh and paul Gauguin.

An art movement of the early 20thcentury in which traditional adherence to realism andproportion was replaced by the artist's emotionalconnection to the subject. these paintings are oftenabstract, the subject matter distorted in color andform to emphasize and express the intense emotionof the artist.

1905 - 1940 european art movement favoring subjective impressions, employing strong colors and sharp contours - dominant in german movements Die Bruecke and Blauer Reiter - influenced by cubism , fauvism and symbolism search artarchiv.com

this is a style of art that is based on expressing the artists emotions. It is in direct opposition to the cerebral art of geometric Abstraction. It is also not to be confused with Impressionism, which is also far different in its attempt to depict certain forms of lighting effects. expressionism is not from a particular period, but started at the end of the nineteenth century with such artists as vincent van Gogh, and later with the Fauves, such as henri Matisse. most often the term is used as part of a movement's name such as the german expressionist or the abstract Expressionists. It is really any painting that is primarily based on the release of the artist's emotions.

Expressionism is the tendency of an artist to distort reality for an emotional effect; it is a subjective art form. expressionism is exhibited in many art forms, including painting, literature, theatre, film, architecture and music. Additionally, the term often implies emotional angst â€“ the number of cheerful expressionist works is relatively small.

Noun1. an art movement early in the 20th century; the artist's subjective expression of inner experiences was emphasized; an inner feeling was expressed through a distorted rendition of reality (hypernym) artistic movement, art movement (hyponym) neoexpressionism

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