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Who was the leader of the German Expressionist movement?
Ernst Ludwig Kirtchner.
How did Kirtchner's life end?
By a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Tragic!
Kirchner's early works produced in Berlin best capture...
the sense of unease of urban life in Europe in the years leading up to World War I.
What did Kirchner originally study before art?
Kirchner founded what artistic group?
Die Brucke ("The Bridge")
Kirchner set up a studio for the
at what interesting location?
In what year did the
hold its first exhibition?
What was the name of the title which Kirchner published where he asserted his independence from the group and proposed that he alone was responsible for innovations?
Chronik der Brucke. (Brucke Chronicle)
Why was Kirchner released from military service?
He suffered through a mental breakdown.
What was a major part in Kirchner's mental breakdown while serving in the military?
After his treatment, he settled in...
What was the name of Kirchner's life-long partner?
Kirchner's subject matter shifted away from human figures to _______ during his recovery period.
depictions of landscapes.