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Emil Nolde - Works

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Artist and printmaker, born in Nolde, W Germany. One of the most important Expressionist painters, he was briefly a member of the Expressionist die Brücke (1906–7), but produced his own powerful ‘blood and soil’ style of distorted forms in violent religious pictures such as ‘The Life of Christ’ (1911–12). He also produced a large number of etchings, lithographs, and woodcuts.

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