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Art school or the kitchen? Modersohn-Becker's letters to her parents

1893
Self-portrait — 1897

Self-portrait — 1897

1897
Self portrait in front of flowering trees

Self portrait in front of flowering trees

1902
Child with Crane

Child with Crane

1906
Portrait of Lee Hoetger with Flowers

Portrait of Lee Hoetger with Flowers

1906
Old Woman in the Garden

Old Woman in the Garden

1906
Reclining Mother and Child 2

Reclining Mother and Child 2

1906
Sitting Girl and Nude

Sitting Girl and Nude

1906
Italian woman with a plate in her raised hand

Italian woman with a plate in her raised hand

1906
Self Portrait — 1906

Self Portrait — 1906

1906
Self Portrait — 1907

Self Portrait — 1907

1906-1907
Self-portrait with hat and veil

Self-portrait with hat and veil

1906-1907
Self-portrait with a camellia branch

Self-portrait with a camellia branch

1907
Still life: child's head with white cloth

Still life: child's head with white cloth

1907

Paula Modersohn-Becker: The Letters and Journals

1998
1801
Follow your bliss
Nicholas Roerich
Yes, he only paints clowns
Armand Henrion
Paula Modersohn-Becker
Grand Knight of the Icelandic Order of the Falcon
Ásgrímur Jónsson
A poet creates a church of speed and violence
Filippo Tommaso Marinetti
2000

The artists of Expressionism