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[ N ] Emil Nolde - Der Ungläubige Tomas (Doubting Thomas) (1912) by Cea., via Flickr

Emile Nolde, Diskussion (Discussion). 1913. This painting was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

Emil Nolde, Kreuzigung Crucifixion. 1912, Folkwang Mus. Essen. This painting was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

Emil Nolde, Masks. 1922. This painting was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

Emil Nolde - Pfingsten (Pentacost) (1909). This painting was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

Emile Nolde's "Das Leben Christi" (1911/12, Life of Christ) at the Städel Museum.

Emil Nolde: "The Dance #2" (1911). From the exhibition "Emil Nolde. Jakten på det autentiske" at the National Gallery in Oslo, Norway. October 10, 2012.

Emile Nolde - The Dance #2, 1911

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Der Schmied von Hagen. 1915. This sculpture was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

Emil Nolde -Expresionismo - El artista expresionista trató de representar la experiencia emocional en su forma más completa, sin preocuparse de la realidad externa sino de su naturaleza interna y de las emociones que despierta en el observador. Para lograrlo, los temas se exageran y se distorsionan con el fin de intensificar la comunicación artística

Nadja by Emil Nolde - Portraits play a prominent role in the artist's oeuvre, particularly during his early creative period. Fascinated by the obscure inner stirrings of human identity, the artist was challenged to develop an unusual, gestural mode of expression in his portraits. His painting style appears highly informal, as if emancipated from the object, giving faces and human images the look of original creations.