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  1. www.pinterest.com › franzmarcartist › franz-marc-dogsFranz Marc - Dogs

    Jun 23, 2015 - Paintings of Dogs by Franz Marc. See more ideas about franz marc, german expressionism, animal art.

  2. In 2008, visitors to the Städel voted ‘Dog Lying in the Snow’ their favourite painting. About the Acquisition. This popular painting by Franz Marc of a dog lying in the snow joined the museum's collection twice. The first occasion was when it was purchased from the painter's widow in 1919, after which it hung in the modern section until 1937.

  3. Franz Moritz Wilhelm Marc was a German painter and printmaker, one of the key figures of German Expressionism. He was a founding member of Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider), a journal whose name later became synonymous with the circle of artists collaborating in it. His mature works mostly depict animals, and are known for bright colouration.

  4. Title: Dog Lying in the Snow. Creator: Franz Marc. Date Created: 1911. null: Oil. Physical Dimensions: w105 x h62.5 cm (Complete) Type: Canvas. Rights: Städel Museum. Property of the Städelscher Museums-Verein e. V., Städel Museum – Artothek. External Link: More about this artwork in the Städel Digital Collection.

    • Background
    • Influence of Paris
    • Love of Animals

    Franz Marc was born on 8th February. 1880 in Munich, Germany. Dubbed “The Little Philosopher” by his family, Franz was by nature shy and especially sensitive, like many artists. His younger days were spent within the free spiritedness of a highly creative and liberal-minded family. His father was a landscape painter, and his mother was a homemaker and socially liberal Calvinist. Despite his father being an artist himself, he didn’t suppose Franz would make a great artist, and so this dismissive air made Franz depressed, and yet he still entered the Munich Academy to learn art. CLICK TO VISIT MY STORE After a couple of years in the fine arts program, rather dejected by the academy’s limitations on artists like himself, Franz decided to travel to Paris, which was the art center of the world at that time. He spent his days visiting local art museums, and had absorbed the nuances of classical painting partly by viewing their works, but also by copying the old masters he was surrounded by.

    The influence of other artists had a very huge impact on Franz Marc. Encountering the artworks of both Gaugin and Van Gogh, Marc took their work to heart and realized that his love of nature might be a way to express himself artistically, as these two artists had done. For example, speaking of influence, his work called “Cats on a Red Cloth”, which was created around 1909-1910, was strongly influenced by Van Gogh as you might notice. Still, the color scheme adheres to the tones of reality, seeing Marc not yet venturing off into the realms of experimentation he would soon explore. With this painting in particular, vibrant brush strokes and vivid colors occupy the viewer’s eye and give a feeling of two cats enjoying a typical feline day in the life, very similar to the Van Gogh in its exploration of things you might see around you, but depicted differently than you’ve ever seen them before, with that slight jolt of experimental abstraction. They say emulation is a form of flattery, bu...

    Franz Marc had a special view on painting animals, mostly home animals as horses or dogs. One of his most known paintings is called “Dog Lying In The Snow”, based on his sheep dog, Russi. In the painting itself, a light yellow-colored dog is peacefully lying on the ground with his eyes closed – it gives a calm impression to viewers and looks rather unassuming at first glance But. when you start to look more carefully, the shape of the dog gives a more vibrant image because the painter gave to this dog a few cubistic characteristics, which puts the dog in a timeless setting. Furthermore, he used two primarily colors blue and yellow and the third – green – which you can get by mixing the two, creating a palette that is unique and unusual. According to Victoria Robson, who is a Curator European Art, both the composition and these colors symbolize the idea of a harmonious unity, whereby the animal, the colors, the lines, and the landscape all become one. In fact, harmony of colors and a...

  5. Jumping Dog Schlick Franz Marc • 1908. Larch Sapling Franz Marc • 1908. Large Lenggries Horses Franz Marc • 1908. Deer at Dusk Franz Marc ...

  6. This essay examines photographs of the German Expressionist artist, writer, and Tierliebhaber Franz Marc and his dog, Russi, taking the position that one of the most obvious characteristics of Marc’s life his – affectionate and respectful relationship with Russi – has been largely overlooked, though its documentation is clear.

    • Jean Marie Carey
    • 2017
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