1909 – Art in the Edwardian Era
In 1909 Egon Schiele was making his mark as an early exponent of Expressionist Art with this painting in 1909. Clear evidence of Klimt’s influence over the young Austrian.
In this year Matisse painted this preliminary version of his famous work ‘Dance’, known as Dance (I).
The Austrian Expressionist Oskar Kokoschka painted this picture called ‘Veronica’s Veil’ in this year.
Edward Manigault was an American Modernist painter who painted this picture of fireworks over the Hudson River in 1909.
‘Street Light’ is a painting by Italian Futurist painter Giacomo Balla, dated 1909.
Erich Heckel was a German artist and a founding member of the group Die Brücke (“The Bridge”). He painted this picture in 1909.
The Irish artist William Orpen painted this ‘Homage to Manet’ in this year.
Franz Marc was one of the key figures of the German Expressionist movement. He was a founding member of Der Blaue Reiter and he painted this picture in this year. I love it as it shows where his later more famous paintings of horses developed from.
Alexej Jawlensky was a key member of the New Munich Artist’s Association Der Blaue Reiter. And he painted these portraits in this year.
Klimt painted this wonderful landscape during this year.
I love this winter landscape by Kandinsky done in this year.
The German expressionist painter Karl Schmidt-Rottluff produced this picture during this year.
Emil Nolde, the German Expressionist artist painted these religiously themed paintings in this year.
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