"Self-portrait," 1906 by August Macke – b. 1887. died at 27, killed in WWI in 1914.
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macke sonniger weg – 1913
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alongtimealone: August Macke – Im Garten (Elisabeth mit Walterchen und Wolf), 1912 at Museum Ludwig Cologne Germany (by mbell1975)
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Auguste Macke (1887-1914) was one of the leading members of the German Expressionist group Der Blaue Reiter. n 1912 Macke met the French painter Robert Delaunay, who worked in a colourful Cubist-influenced style called Orphism. Subsequently, Macke introduced a Cubist analysis of form into his own paintings. Throughout the evolution of his style, Macke generally remained faithful to Impressionist subject matter, portraying contemporary scenes of urban leisure.
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Femme à la veste verte – August Macke, 1913
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Self-Portrait with Hat – August Macke, 1909. :Expressionism, Oil, Wood
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August Macke (German, 1887-1914) 'At the Circus', 1911
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August Macke – Landscape with Fishermen, 1911 at Lenbachhaus Munich Germany | Flickr – Photo Sharing!
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August Macke – Sonniger Weg
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August Macke – Samen met Marc en Wassily Kandinsky richtte hij in 1911 kunstenaarsgroep ‘der Blaue Reiter’ op. Maar in tegenstelling tot Marc en Kandinksy was Macke minder geinteresseerd in de mystieke kant van de beweging.
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