Art Isms:

Expressionism

Patricia Rendleman, Jessica Mieles, Steve Sandler, Alice Grisant, Joy Walker,  Ken McConney, Susan Gerstein, Vincent D'Alessio, Jack Tricarico


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Expressionism stresses the artists's feeling about himself and the world, and we may find violent color and bold distortion.

Joy Walker Painting
© Joy Walker
Front Fire
Painting

Joy Walker Painting
© Joy Walker
For Arthur Dove
Painting

Prismatic City
© Jessica Mieles
Prismatic City
Painting

Pink Cliffs Ireland
© Jack Tricarico
Convergence

Painting

Pink Cliffs Ireland
© Jack Tricarico
I'll Wait Here

Painting

Hotel Nice France
© Steve Sandler
Hotel in Nice, France
Acrylic on Canvas
Jack Tricarico Painting
© Jack Tricarico
Continuum
Painting
Alice Grisant Artist
© Alice Grisant
Into The Woods 1

Painting

Alice Grisant Art© Alice Grisant
Into The Woods 2

Painting

No One Knows
© Vincent D'Alessio
Brooklyn Bridge At Night

Painting

Those That Were
© Jessica Mieles
Those That Were
Painting
O'Hoboken
© Jessica Mieles
O'Hoboken(Sold)
Painting

Refers to art that uses emphasis and distortion to communicate emotion. More specifically, it refers to early twentieth-century northern European art, especially in Germany c. 1905-25. Artists such as Rouault, Kokoschka, and Schiele painted in this manner.


Patricia Rendleman © Asian Sale
Painting

Seascape Floating Clouds
© John Garufi
Seascape with Floating Clouds

Painting

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