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Londres : Vue de la Tamise I, par Oskar Kokoschka

Londres : Vue de la Tamise I, par Oskar Kokoschka

Oskar Kokoschka, Schlafende Frau (aus: Die träumenden Knaben), 1907/1908 Donna che dorme

Oskar Kokoschka, Schlafende Frau (aus: Die träumenden Knaben), 1907/1908 Donna che dorme

Two Nudes (Lovers) by Oskar KokoschkaSimilitudes con 'La vie' de Picasso.

Two Nudes (Lovers) by Oskar KokoschkaSimilitudes con 'La vie' de Picasso.

Oskar Kokoschka, Self-portrait in Fiesole, 65.5 x 55 cm, oil on canvas, 1948 (Musee Jenisch, Vevey, Switzerland).

Oskar Kokoschka, Self-portrait in Fiesole, 65.5 x 55 cm, oil on canvas, 1948 (Musee Jenisch, Vevey, Switzerland).

ESPRESSIONISMO AUSTRIACO KOKOSCHKA, La sposa del vento, 1917.

ESPRESSIONISMO AUSTRIACO KOKOSCHKA, La sposa del vento, 1917.

I really like the variation of colors here. The angles help to create a visible face with recognizable features. Definitely conveys a sense of brightness

I really like the variation of colors here. The angles help to create a visible face with recognizable features. Definitely conveys a sense of brightness

Oskar Kokoschka, The Dreaming Boys, 1908

Oskar Kokoschka, The Dreaming Boys, 1908

KOKOSCHKA Oskar - Tsjech (Pöchlarn 1886 - 1980 Montreux)

KOKOSCHKA Oskar - Tsjech (Pöchlarn 1886 - 1980 Montreux)

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Portrait of Oskar Kokoschka

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The Mandrill, 1926. Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980) was an Austrian artist, poet and playwright. For Kokoschka dynamic brush marks were an essential characteristic of Expressionism. His models should be in constant movement. He did not wish to sketch merely the body, but the body in movement. Animals were ideal subjects for him because they do not pose. Kokoschka painted this mandrill in the London Zoo.

The Mandrill, 1926. Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980) was an Austrian artist, poet and playwright. For Kokoschka dynamic brush marks were an essential characteristic of Expressionism. His models should be in constant movement. He did not wish to sketch merely the body, but the body in movement. Animals were ideal subjects for him because they do not pose. Kokoschka painted this mandrill in the London Zoo.

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