Pictures of
Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner

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Artists portrait of Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner

Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner

  • Born: 6. May 1880 in Aschaffenburg
  • Died: 15. June 1938

Founded the artists' group "die Brücke"

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner was born in Aschaffenburg, Germany, on May 6, 1880. He showed an early interest and talent for art, and began drawing and painting as a teenager.

The artist was a very talented artist.

In 1901, Kirchner began his studies at the Technical University in Dresden, where he studied architecture. During his studies, he met Fritz Bleyl, Erich Heckel and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, with whom he would later found the artists' group "Die Brücke."

In 1905, Kirchner and his fellow artists founded the artist group "Die Brücke" in Dresden. They wanted to take a new direction in art and reject the traditional academic style. Kirchner became one of the leading exponents of Expressionism.

The works of Kirchner and the Brücke artists were characterized by bold colors, expressive brushstrokes, and a portrayal of emotional intensity. They explored the themes of the modern city, urban life, and the human figure.

After the outbreak of World War I, Kirchner was drafted by the German army. The experience of the war had a profound effect on his artistic development, and he began painting landscapes and portraits.

In 1921 Kirchner moved to Berlin, where he had a productive period and created many important works. However, he suffered from health problems due to his physical and psychological stress. Finally, in 1938, he collapsed and committed suicide.

Although Kirchner died early, he left behind a significant artistic legacy. Today, his works can be found in renowned museums and galleries around the world. Kirchner's contribution to Expressionism and his innovative approach to art have made him an important figure in modern art history.


To our knowledge the art works on this page were created in the years from 1919 to 1922.
The pictures are predominantly assigned to the art direction Expressionism.
Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner was mainly concerned with the following motives: Nude.
The art works of the artist are dominated by the colors brown, black and pastel.

Stretcher on canvas

Our canvas prints are handmade in our own workshop. Either the canvas print or the art print laminated on a canvas is stretched onto a quality keyless frame. Perfectly wedged and provided with a suspension, the canvas image can be hung directly. Optionally, we also offer each canvas picture framed, i.e. with floater frame. »The Dance School of Mary Wigman« of Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner as a canvas image also beautifies your home.

Framed pictures

We frame almost every picture. You can choose from many different frames. Passepartouts are just as much a part of your choice as are various options for surface protection. So »Crouching girl« of Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner becomes a highlight for your living room or bedroom.

Glass pictures

The glass pictures we offer are printed using the UV printing process. Polished edges, scratch-resistant surface, safety glass and floating suspension create a modern ambience in your home. So the glass image »Three nudes and lying man« of Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner is guaranteed to impress you and every visitor.

Wall papers

Spacefull art from Ernst-Ludwig Kirchner. This gives »Street Scene 1922« a whole new look. The wallpapers are printed according to your information in the latex printing process on solid fleece material.