German Expressionism 1900-1930: Masterpieces from the Neue Galerie Collection

Young Woman with Red Fan

Oil on canvas

This work is part of the collection of Estée Lauder and was made available through the generosity of Estée Lauder
© 2013 Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York/Pechstein Hamburg/Toekendorf/VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn

b. 1881
d. 1955


Young Woman with Red Fan
Max Pechstein
ca. 1910
Young Woman with Red Fan
Nude

Oil on canvas

Neue Galerie New York
© 2013 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/VG Bild-Kunst Bonn

b. 1884
d. 1976

Nude
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff
1914
Nude

Oil on cardboard

This work is part of the collection of Estée Lauder and was made available through the generosity of Estée Lauder

© Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

b. 1866
d. 1944

Murnau: Street with Women
Vasily Kandinsky
1908
Seated Female Nude

Colored crayon and charcoal on paper

Neue Galerie New York
 

b. 1880
d. 1916

Seated Female Nude
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
1907-1908
Seated Female Nude
Priestesses

Oil on canvas

© 2013 Nolde-Stiftung Seebüll

b. 1867
d. 1956

Priestesses
Emil Nolde
1912
Priestesses
The First Animals

Gouache and pencil on paper

Private Collection

b. 1880
d. 1916

The First Animals
Franz Marc
1913
The First Animals

Oil on canvas

Neue Galerie New York and Private Collection

b. 1880
d. 1938

Berlin Street Scene
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
1913-14

Oil on canvas
Neue Galerie New York and Private Collection

Self-Portrait with Horn
1938

Oil on canvas

Neue Galerie New York. This work is part of the collection of Estée Lauder and was made available through the generosity of Estée Lauder
© 2015 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / Pechstein Hamburg / Toekendorf / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn
 

b. 1881
d. 1955

Young Woman with Red Fan
Hermann Max Pechstein
ca. 1910

German Expressionism 1900-1930: Masterpieces from the Neue Galerie Collection

February 7-April 22, 2013

The Neue Galerie presents important works of German Expressionism from its permanent collection. The exhibition examines themes of primitivism and modernity, two poles of Expressionism that artists employed to free themselves from the academic conventions of the nineteenth century.

The engagement of these artists with the zeitgeist of the early twentieth century in Germany led them to paint emotionally charged, often contrasting scenes. On display will be both lively depictions of cabaret and circus culture, as well as cityscapes of lonely, alienating Berlin streets. Among the artists whose works will be on view are Max Beckmann, Lovis Corinth, Otto Dix, George Grosz, Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paul Klee, Franz Marc, August Macke, Hermann Max Pechstein, and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff.