The Good Im(Ex)pres­sion

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First came the French Im­pres­sion­ists, who at­tempted to cap­ture the im­pres­sion of light in a scene, em­pha­siz­ing the vis­ual ef­fects of what they saw. Then came Ger­man Ex­pres­sion­ism, which re­acted to Im­pres­sion­ism by adding emo­tion by ex­ag­ger­at­ing re­al­ity to de­pict the feel­ing caused by the event. Un­til 20 Septem­ber, th­ese op­pos­ing but closely re­lated move­ments will be com­pared and jux­ta­posed in ImEx – Im­pres­sion­ism- Ex­pres­sion­ism: Turn­ing Point in Art, the new ex­hi­bi­tion at the

(p. 43). Gaze at more than 170 French and Ger­man mas­ter­pieces by im­por­tant pain­ters like Max Lieber­mann, Lo­vis Corinth, Claude Monet, Edgar De­gas, Pierre-Au­guste Renoir, Emil Nolde, Ernst Ludwig Kirch­ner, and many more.

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