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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner was a German painter and printmaker born in 1880 in Aschaffenburg, Germany, and passed away in 1938. He was one of the leading figures of the Expressionist movement in Germany and is known for his bold, colorful paintings and prints.

Kirchner studied at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts before co-founding the Die Brücke group of artists in 1905. The group was dedicated to creating new, experimental art that rejected traditional academic styles in favor of bold, expressive forms.

Kirchner's work is characterized by vibrant colors, distorted figures, and bold, dynamic compositions. He was particularly interested in the human form, and many of his paintings depict the human body in unconventional ways, often using exaggerated proportions and bold, expressive brushstrokes.

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