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Marc, Franz, Germany 1880 to 1916 Oil Paintings
Franz Marc was born in Munich, Germany. The child of a scene painter chose to turn into an artisan following a military help interrupted his arrangements to examine philology. During a visit to France, he was introduced to Japanese woodcuts and the Impressionists' work in Paris. Marc is most famous for his paintings of creatures, particularly ponies and deer, in which he endeavored to communicate his magical wonder of Nature. In paintings like Blue Horses, he utilized adapted lines and bends and splendid unreasonable tones to make and elevate the romanticized feeling. After 1913, in light of cubism and futurism, he reflected, creating dispositions of clashing, extreme uncertainty. He was murdered inactivity during World War I.
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