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Franz Marc (German, 1880–1916). Four Foxes, 1913, Watercolor and chalk on paper, 44.4 x 38.7 cm | Indiana University Art Museum

Blue Fox 1911. Most of Franz Marc's mature work portrays animals, usually in natural settings. His work is characterized by bright primary color, an almost cubist portrayal of animals, stark simplicity and a profound sense of emotion. Even in his own time, his work attracted notice in influential circles. Marc gave an emotional meaning or purpose to the colors he used in his work: blue was used to portray masculinity and spirituality

Little yellow horses (1912), de Franz Marc (66 x 104 cm) Expressionism. Technique: oil. Material: canvas Gallery: Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, Germany FRANZ MARC (1880-1916) – Tras Kandinsky, la gran figura del grupo expresionista “El jinete azul” y uno de los más importantes pintores expresionistas. Su muerte prematura acaeció en plena evolución artística, cuando su uso del color anticipaba ya la abstracción

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Franz Marc ~ Tower of Blue Horses (lost), 1913 http://www.cavetocanvas.com/post/5705656852/tower-of-blue-horses-lost-franz-marc-1913