|Included Work||Benson, Timothy O., 1950- Expressionism in Germany and France.|
|Other author/creator||Los Angeles County Museum of Art.|
|Other author/creator||Kunsthaus Zürich.|
|Other author/creator||Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.|
||Expressionism in Germany and France / Timothy O. Benson -- Chronology / Frauke Josenhans -- Harry Graf Kessler's path to expressionism / Laird M. Easton -- Henri Matisse as Herr Professor: the Académie Matisse and the Internationalization of the avant-garde, 1905-1914 / Claudine Grammont -- Cézanne, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Matisse, and the Fauves: exhibitions of French Modernism in Berlin, Dresden, and Munich, 1904-1909 / Peter Kropmanns -- The Brücke and the Fauves / Magdalena M. Moeller -- Expanding the boundaries of modern art: the Blaue Reiter, Parisian modernism, and Henri Rousseau / Katherine Kuenzli -- "A byway for sure": Cubism's reception and impact on the Brücke, 1910-1914 / Sherwin Simmons.
||"This groundbreaking examination of the cultural exchange between early 20th century French and German artists illuminates new ways of understanding the development of Expressionism."--publisher.
|General note||"Published in conjunction with the exhibition Expressionism in Germany and France: From van Gogh to Kandinsky. This exhibition was organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Kunsthaus Zürich in collaboration with the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts."|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-289) and index.|