- Long, “German Criticism through World War I,” 77 – 94.
- Long, “Painting,” 95 – 107.
- Long (with Stephanie Barron), “Sculpture,” 108 – 121.
- Long (with Ida Katherine Rigby), “Printmaking,” 140 – 153.
- In groups of four examine the art object you have been given.
- Look at the text from Long that is listed under your artwork. Find a quotation or two that you can use to describe this artwork, its context, or the artist.
- If you have time, find a quotation from the section on Der Sturm.
- Prepare a mini-presentation on the artwork for the class in which you explain how your Expressionist artist translated a philosophy into the artwork's form, content, and/or style.
- You should give a group presentation. That means everyone speaks.
- Your presentation will be about 3-5 minutes. Be sure to introduce significant details about the artwork (title, artist, year, movement / affiliation, etc.).
- You will submit your presentation in written form to me. Bullet points are fine. Please make sure I can read it.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, cover of Der Sturm (2.71), image called "Parade of Three Dancers", 1911
Wassily Kandinsky, Composition IV, 1911
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Street Berlin, 1913
Ernst Barlach, The Avenger, 1914
Karl Schmidt-Rottluf, Dr. Rosa Schapire, 1919