Franz Marc

Franz Marc

Munich, Germany
Franz Marc (1880-1916) was a German painter and printmaker, one of the key figures of the German Expressionist movement. 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.
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54 artworks tagged expressionism
Village street by Franz Marc
Fighting Forms by Franz Marc
Wild Pigs (Boar and sow) by Franz Marc
Two Blue Horses in front of a Red Roc by Franz Marc
Two Blue Horses by Franz Marc
Three Cats by Franz Marc
The Unfortunte Land of Tyrol by Franz Marc
The Tower of Blue Horses by Franz Marc
The Birth of the Horse by Franz Marc
Riding School by Franz Marc
Lion Hunt (after Delacroix) by Franz Marc
Gazelles by Franz Marc
Four foxes by Franz Marc
Fairy Animals by Franz Marc
Dead Deer by Franz Marc
Two Cats, Blue and Yellow by Franz Marc
Tiger by Franz Marc
The Shepherdness by Franz Marc
The Red Deer by Franz Marc
The Monkey by Franz Marc
Sleeping Shepherdness by Franz Marc
Shepherds by Franz Marc
Resting horses by Franz Marc
Red and Blue Horse by Franz Marc
Playing Dogs by Franz Marc
Pigs by Franz Marc
Little Yellow Horses by Franz Marc
Little Blue Horse by Franz Marc
Girl with Cat II by Franz Marc
Deer in the Forest II by Franz Marc
Cows, Yellow-Red-Green by Franz Marc
Animal legend by Franz Marc
A Dog by Franz Marc
Young Boy with a Lamb by Franz Marc
Woodcutter by Franz Marc
Weasels Playing by Franz Marc
The Yellow Cow by Franz Marc
The Steer (The Bull) by Franz Marc
The Little Blue Horses by Franz Marc
The Large Blue Horses by Franz Marc
Resting Cows by Franz Marc
Haystacks in the Snow by Franz Marc
Grazing Horses IV (The Red Horses) by Franz Marc
Donkey Frieze by Franz Marc
Dog Lying in the Snow by Franz Marc
Deer in the Snow by Franz Marc
Crouching Deer by Franz Marc
Blue Horse I by Franz Marc