Corinth’s paintings changed visibly after his major stroke in December 1911. Was this the result of that stroke?
At the peak of his career, he tackled his most complex classical myth, painted a patron in the South Tirol, and the founder of modern zoos. And then…
As he celebrates his 50th birthday, his young family are growing in size and number. More brilliant paintings, and more success.
Berlin, the vibrant city of modern arts, brought love and marriage – and a brief reprise of Salome too.
His time in Munich concluded with his first great painting, inspired by Wilde’s play, which was in turn inspired by Moreau’s paintings of Salome.
When he was in Munich, he did much more than just drink lots of red wine and champagne. Here are his experimental paintings from the period.
One of the greatest German painters, he covered several genres and has proved very influential. The start of a broad and more balanced view of his work.
Classified a Symbolist, his style was uniquely visionary. Here are some of the masterpieces of Symbolism, which still inspire today.
His oils and pastels were rich in colour, full of flowers and light, and radical visions even by today’s standards.
First shown in the Salon at the age of only 18, Vincent van Gogh spotted his talent. Not only was it cut short, but his paintings are vanishing.