Julia Rutherford

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Paul Klee

Paul Klee - " Raumarchitekturen (Auf kalt-warm) ", 1915 - Watercolour on paper laid down on the artist's mount - 20 x 17 cm (*)

The 1919 German horror classic, "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari".

Conrad Veidt and Lil Dagover in Das Cabinet des Dr. Caligari directed by Robert…

escena del film El Gabinete del Doctor Caligari, 1920

There are hints of German Expressionism in Steffi Wurster's set, with white surfaces and straight lines.

"Der Golem, wie er in die Welt kam (The Golem: How He Came Into the World)", directed by Paul Wegener and Carl Boese, 1920

The Golem dir. Carl Boese & Paul Wegener) In the film, a rabbi creates a Golem, a clay figure brought to life by magic, to defend the Jews of Prague from anti-Semitic attacks. But when the Golem is misused for an act of personal.

Ludwig Meidner, Portrait of Willie Zierath, 1914  German Expressionism

interest-exhibit: “ Ludwig Meidner (German, Portrait of Willie Zierath, Oil on canvas, c. 1914 “ German Expressionism [involves] the relationships between art and society, politics and.

A predatory puppet zeros in on the Beastly Baby, the thoroughly charmless title character in one of the grimly witty Edward Gorey tales brought to life by Jacob's pillow.