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ArtLex: ExpressionismThis entry from the ArtLex online dictionary, created by art educator Michael Delahunt, provides a brief overview of Expressionism highlighted with examples of major works and links to related sites.
Artcyclopedia: ExpressionismArtcyclopedia offers a list of many Expressionist artists with links to related sites.
Artcyclopedia: Wassily KandinskyThis commercial fine art search engine provides listings of the artist's works in museums and image galleries, as well as links to websites and articles.
Carol Gerten Fine Arts: Wassily KandinskyFrom Carol Gerten Fine Arts, this site includes many images and a biography .
Guggenheim Collection: ExpressionismA fine selection of key works from the Expressionist movement is featured here with commentary on individual pieces.
Guggenheim Collection: KandinskyHighlights from the collection, a brief biography, and suggestions for further reading are presented here by the Guggenheim Collection.
Mark Harden's Artchive: 1925This feature from Mark Harden's Artchive displays the work of twelve artists at a single point in time: 1925. Images are accompanied by commentary.
Mark Harden's Artchive: Wassily KandinskyImages, a biography, and a bibliography are presented here by Mark Harden's Artchive.
MoMA: Artists of BrückeThis virtual exhibition from the Museum of Modern Art in New York focuses on German Expressionist printmaking.
WebMuseum: ExpressionismNicholas Pioch's WebMuseum, Paris offers this overview of the expressionist movement with links to artists and images.
WebMuseum: Wassily KandinskyNicholas Pioch's WebMuseum, Paris offers this overview of the life and art of Kandinsky with links to images and related artists.
Expressionism: Its Spiritual and Social VoiceThis is an essay by George Norris published in 'Inquiry', the Journal of the Virginia Community Colleges, which explores the German Expressionism movement. The essay looks at the intentions of Expressionism as well as its historical context.
WebMuseum : Expressionism Expressionism is an artistic style in which the artist seeks to depict not objective reality but rather the subjective emotions and responses that objects and events arouse within a person.
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WorldCat : ExpressionismSearch for materials on Expressionism in a library near you.
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