Franz marc blue horses 1911

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franz marc blue horses 1911

The Artist Who Painted a Blue Horse by Eric Carle

A brilliant new Eric Carle picture book for the artist in us all

Every child has an artist inside them, and this vibrant picture book from Eric Carle will help let it out. The artist in this book paints the world as he sees it, just like a child. Theres a red crocodile, an orange elephant, a purple fox and a polka-dotted donkey. More than anything, theres imagination. Filled with some of the most magnificently colorful animals of Eric Carles career, this tribute to the creative life celebrates the power of art.
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Franz Marc, Blaues Pferd II (Blue Horse II), 1911

MoMA Learning

Blue horses are encapsulated here within a halo-like swirl of white. In the background sits an abstract scene which also utilises Franz Marc's use of colour for symbolism. The artist would feature horses in several other works from this time in his career and it is clear that this animal held many of the characteristics that he needed for his symbolic displays. Besides there, he would also make use of several other animals in his work, such as cows and pigs. He held a similar appreciation for the relative naivety of animals as compared to humans as that of Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. He famously produced sketches of owls and penguins.


The Paintings Of Franz Marc...

The below artworks are the most important in Expressionism - that both overview the major ideas of the movement, and highlight the greatest achievements by each artist in Expressionism. Don't forget to visit the artist overview pages of the artists that interest you. Here, in Munch's most famous painting, he depicts the battle between the individual and society. The setting of The Scream was suggested to the artist while walking along a bridge overlooking Oslo; as Munch recalls, "the sky turned as red as blood. I stopped and leaned against the fence

The curves of the horses are repeated in the hills in the background. Notice how the horses take up almost the entire canvas, so that they become abstract. Abstraction is changing, rearranging, distorting or deforming something from its original state. Try drawing an object and make it touch all four edges of your paper. Parts of your drawing can even go off the sides of the paper. He was a very spiritual man and he felt that animals were innocent and close to God. He also had theories about color, believing, for example, that yellow is a feminine color and blue is masculine.


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