Ernst Ludwig Kirchner: Two Nudes on a Blue Sofa, 1910-20
Color Gone Wild: Fauve and Expressionist Masterworks from the Merzbacher Collection.
JERUSALEM • Israel Museum • 5 July - 2 November 2013
|The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, showcases Fauve and Expressionist paintings from one of the most notable private collections of modern art in the exhibition Color Gone Wild: Fauve and Expressionist Masterworks from the Merzbacher Collection. The show features works by major Fauve and Expressionist artists from high points in their careers, including paintings by Georges Braque, André Derain, Alexej Jawlensky, Wassily Kandinsky, Henri Matisse, and Maurice Vlaminck, among others.|
Included in the exhibition are two keystones of the Merzbacher collection: Blooming Trees (1909) by Karl Schmidt Rottluf and Interior at Collioure (1905) by Henri Matisse. Among the newly acquired works in the exhibition is Wassily Kandinsky’s Two Hoursemen and a Lying Person (1909-1910), an early work. Also on view are Girl with Cat (1910) and Two Nudes on a Blue Sofa (1910-20) by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner.
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