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Now I drew as wildly during my tramps [during his walks through the Saxonian countryside] as I has fought before [in his early youth]
In 1907 I was most strongly influenced by Giotto during my first Italian trip, as well as by Etruscan sculpture and the early Etruscan landscape painting in the Vatican library in Rome.
We desire to achieve to the socialist republic not only the recovery of the conditions of art, but also the beginning of a unified artistic area for our time.
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Whoever you are — I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.
December 31, 1881
June 29, 1955
Hermann Max Pechstein was a German expressionist painter and printmaker, and a member of the Die Brücke group.
The Masked Woman (1910)
Indian and Woman (1910)
Badende in Moritzburg (1910)
Girl in Red with a Parasol (1909)
Nidden Coastline with Fishing Boats (1909)
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