from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Nolde, Emile 1867-1956. German painter and printmaker. His Expressionist works include landscapes and religious paintings.

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  • "Emil Nolde: Man-Nature-Myth" has divided his oeuvre into three sections, encompassing more than 100 works in an examination of his prints, watercolors and paintings.

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  • Salzburg Emil Nolde's Expressionism Much like his idol, Vincent van Gogh, Emil Nolde became a painter late in life.

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  • His popularity and membership in the Nazi party, however, didn't prevent his work from being condemned as "degenerate" art by the regime and Nolde was ordered to stop painting.

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  • In private and after the war, Nolde continued his work, but the Expressionist movement had run its course.

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  • Paris Nolde Foundation 'Candle dancers' 1912 by Emil Nolde From Dance to Canvas Dance and the visual arts have had a symbiotic relationship throughout most of the 20th century, generating an evolution in expression, seeing and movement.

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  • Uffizi Gallery Nolde Foundation Leonardo da Vinci's 'Testa di vecchio' Turin The Other Leonardo Show London may be hosting the most comprehensive exhibition on Leonardo da Vinci's Milan paintings, but "Leonardo: the Genius, the Myth" at La Venaria Reale showcases the artist's self-portrait alongside 30 of his drawings.

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  • Sotheby's sale also sold another 1917 portrait of the artist's lover, "Jeanne H é buterne (in a Hat)," for $19.1 million to a telephone bidder who also won works by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Emile Nolde, and Oskar Kokoschka.

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  • Interesting, can see the influence of Nolde, Ensor and picasso in them. nature god and mankind involved, nice work.

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  • Like the woodcuts of Durer and Cranach, or Nolde and Kirchner centuries later, these pieces are at once austere and elaborate, using black ink to reach depths that a full palette rarely can.

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  • Born in Menominee, Michigan, Nolde was a professor of military science at Central Michigan University before joining the army.

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