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Lyonel Feininger by Emil Orlik, 1906
Lyonel Feininger by Emil Orlik, 1906
Lyonel Feininger, 1914, Benz VI, oil on canvas, 100 × 125 cm (39.3 × 49.2 in)
Lyonel Feininger, 1914, Benz VI, oil on canvas, 100 × 125 cm (39.3 × 49.2 in)
Lyonel Feininger, 1924, Gaberndorf II, oil on canvas mounted on board, (39 7/16 × 30 3/4 in) Included in Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 46-10
Lyonel Feininger, 1924, Gaberndorf II, oil on canvas mounted on board, (39 7/16 × 30 3/4 in) Included in Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 46-10
Feininger Tour marker in Benz, Usedom Island, Germany
Feininger Tour marker in Benz, Usedom Island, Germany
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Meeting of the Berlin Secession. From the left: Wilhelm Kohlhoff, Erich Büttner, Friedrich Scholz, Ernst Fritsch, Leo von König, Lovis Corinth, Ernst
Meeting of the Berlin Secession. From the left: Wilhelm Kohlhoff, Erich Büttner, Friedrich Scholz, Ernst Fritsch, Leo von König, Lovis Corinth, Ernst Oppler, Emil Orlik, Bruno Krauskopf, Charlotte Behrend-Corinth, Erich Waske, Franz Heckendorf by Ernst Oppler, 1921
Jury for the Berlin Secession 1908 exhibition. From the left: sculptors Fritz Klimsch and August Gaul, painters Walter Leistikow and Hans Baluschek, a
Jury for the Berlin Secession 1908 exhibition. From the left: sculptors Fritz Klimsch and August Gaul, painters Walter Leistikow and Hans Baluschek, art dealer Paul Cassirer, painters Max Slevogt (sitting) and George Mosson (standing), sculptor Max Kruse, painters Max Liebermann (sitting), Emil Rudolf Weiß and Lovis Corinth.
Painting by Edvard Munch, "The Dance of Life", 1899–1900.
Painting by Edvard Munch, "The Dance of Life", 1899–1900.
Building of the Berlin Secession in Tiergartenstraße 21a
Building of the Berlin Secession in Tiergartenstraße 21a