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Artist : Franz Marc (German 1880-1916)

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Franz Marc, Wolves Balkan War Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Wolves Balkan War
Franz Marc, Piggies Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Piggies
Franz Marc, A Tower of Blue Horses Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
A Tower of Blue Horses
Franz Marc, The Stables Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Stables
Franz Marc, Painting with Cattle Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Painting with Cattle
Franz Marc, Fate of the Animals Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Fate of the Animals
Franz Marc, The Unfortunate Land of Tirol Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Unfortunate Land of Tirol
Franz Marc, Animals in Landscape Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
Animals in Landscape
Franz Marc, The Birds Fine Art Reproduction Oil Painting
The Birds
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Franz Marc Biography | Art Reproductions | Reproduktionen von Kunst | Galerie Dada
Marc, Franz
1880-1916

Marc, Franz Biography

German painter, who was one of the leading members of the expressionist Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider) group. Franz Marc was born in Munich. Franz Marc is best known for his oil paintings of animals, particularly horses and deer, in which he attempted to express his mystical veneration of nature. In 1910 Franz Marc met Wassily Kandinsky, with whom he edited Der Blaue Reiter, the journal that gave its name to the group of artists, led by Kandinsky, who split from the Neue Kunstlervereinigung in the following year. Having long been interested in Eastern philosophies and religions, Franz Marc responded enthusiastically to Kandinsky's almost mystical notion that art should lay bare the spiritual essence of natural forms instead ofcopying their objective appearance with exact verisimilitude. Under the influence of Kandinsky, Franz Marc came to believe that spiritual essence is best revealed through abstraction. In artworks such as Blue Horses (1911, Walker Art Gallery, Minneapolis, Minnesota), he used stylized lines and curves and brilliant unrealistic color to create and heighten the sense of nature idealized. After 1913, in response to cubism and futurism, he turned to abstraction, creating moods of clashing, discordant uncertainty. Franz Marc was killed in action during World War I.

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