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Lovis Corinth

Lovis Corinth was a German painter and printmaker associated with the German Impressionist movement. He studied art in Königsberg and Munich. Corinth's early work was heavily influenced by the Dutch masters, but he eventually developed his own style, characterized by bold brushstrokes and bright, expressive colors. He often painted portraits, landscapes, and scenes from daily life, and his work often had an intimate, personal quality.

In the early 20th century, Corinth became a leading figure in the Berlin Secession, a group of artists who rebelled against the traditional academic style of painting. He was also associated with the Expressionist movement, and his work became increasingly bold and experimental in style.

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