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  1. Gabriele Münter (Berlín, 19 de febrero de 1877 — Murnau am Staffelsee, 19 de mayo de 1977) una de las pocas figuras femeninas relacionadas al desarrollo del expresionismo alemán. Alumna, colaboradora y compañera sentimental de Wassily Kandinsky durante los años previos a la Primera Guerra Mundial, participó activamente en diversos ...

  2. Aug 05, 2022 · As co-founder of the legendary group of artists Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider), Gabriele Münter is among the most important artists of German Expressionism, and is seen as a pioneer of modern art. In a professional world dominated by men she created an extremely diverse body of work over six decades, and developed a powerful independent pictorial language.

  3. Gabriele Münter (1877-1962) was born in Berlin. She moved to Munich and became pupil and partner of Kandinsky in 1902 after he and further members of the “Phalanx” group had opened an art school. Münter and Kandinsky travelled through France between 1906 and 1907. After her return to Germany, in 1908, the couple moved to Murnau where ...

  4. Gabriele Münter was a German Expressionist painter best known for her poetic stylization of landscapes, self-portraits, and domestic interiors. Rendered in rich colors, simplified forms, and bold lines, Münter’s work Breakfast of the Birds (1934), conveys a quietly intense atmosphere of solitude and reflection. “After a short period of ...

  5. Gabriele Münter was a German Impressionist & Modern painter who was born in 1877. Their work is currently being shown at multiple venues like Lenbachhaus in Munich and will be on exhibit at Royal Academy of Arts in London on November 12, 2022.

  6. Gabriele Münter was a German Expressionist painter best known for her poetic stylization of landscapes, self-portraits, and domestic interiors. Rendered in rich colors, simplified forms, and bold lines, Münter’s work Breakfast of the Birds (1934), conveys a quietly intense atmosphere of solitude and reflection.

  7. When Gabriele returned to Germany in 1900, she took lessons from the Bonn sculptor Hermann Küppers for three months and then enrolled in the Academy of the Association of Women Artists in Munich. Career For a time, Gabriele Münter worked painting ornaments in a Düsseldorf studio and experimented by copying an oil painting in pastels.

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