First selected highlights from an art gallery, a collection of sculptures and a collection of prints and drawings inBremen Kunsthallewill be presented to a Spanish audience.
The focus will be on the art of Germany and France from the nineteenth to the mid-twentieth centuries. In several sections, works by German and French artists will participate in artistic discourse, from the romantic era to impressionism and expressionism.
At the exposition, paintings by romantic artists Caspar David Friedrich and Eugene Delacroix "oppose each other." The works of the French impressionists, such as Claude Monet, Edgar Degas and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, will be shown together with the so-called "triumvirate" of German impressionism: Max Lieberman, Lovis Corinth and Max Slevogt.
Vincent Van Gogh's Poppy Field recalls the main debate that shocked Bremen in 1911.
The artists of the Vorpswede colony and the Bremen-based artist Paula Moderson-Becker initiated modernism in German art. The grand finale is formed by artists Der Blaue Reiter, Die Brücke and maverick Max Beckmann. Their colleagues were primarily Andre Masson and Pablo Picasso - the Spaniard, who played such an important role in French art.