The artistic work of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) is considered a milestone of international modernism and the climax of German Expressionism. This volume documents the development of the multi-faceted oeuvre from the epoch-making nudes of the early Dresden years to the nervously vibrant Berlin metropolitan images, the depictions of the Davos mountains, and the abstract tendencies of the late work.
About the Author
Doris Hansmann is an art historian, writer, and editor. She is known through her numerous publications.