Pictures of
Franz Marc

We deliver great art works of excellent quality in a wide variety of designs. On this page you will find Pictures as Fine Art Reproductions, Art Prints, stretcher on canvas, framed pictures, glass pictures und wall papers.

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Artists portrait of Franz Marc

Franz Marc

  • Born: 8. February 1880 in München
  • Died: 4. March 1916
Franz Marc was an important German artist and co-founder of the expressionist Blaue Reiter art association. He was born in Munich on February 8, 1880 and spent his youth in an artistic family. His father was a landscape painter and his mother was a talented musician.

Marc studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich from 1900 to 1903, where he met the painter August Macke, who later became his close friend and artistic partner. From 1903 to 1907, Marc traveled throughout Europe, where he was influenced by the French Post-Impressionists and the Fauvists and developed his own artistic vision.

From 1910 to 1914, Marc was one of the leading members of the Blue Rider Art Association, a group of artists who rejected traditional art conventions and founded a new art movement. Marc created many of his best-known works during this period, including his colorful and expressive paintings of animals, which became the hallmark of his style.

During World War I, Marc was drafted into military service. He did not survive his "education before Verdun" (Arnold Zweig) and fell at the front in France in 1916 at the age of only 36. Despite his short life, Marc had an enormous impact on the art world and left behind an impressive artistic legacy.

Marc was known for his expressive and colorful style as well as his love of nature and animals. His animal paintings, especially his blue horses, became symbols of Expressionism. His work was strongly influenced by the ideas of mysticism and spirituality, and he saw art as a way to connect more deeply with nature and spirituality.

Although he had a short career, Marc is considered one of the most important artists of the 20th century. His influence on modern art remains felt today, and his works are exhibited in some of the most important art museums in the world.

To our knowledge the art works on this page were created in the years from 1902 to 1915.
Franz Marc uses for the pictures shown here mostly the technique: Huile sur toile.
The pictures are predominantly assigned to the art direction Expressionism.
Franz Marc was mainly concerned with the following motives: Animals.
The art works of the artist are dominated by the colors pastel, gray and brown.
2 works of the artist Franz Marc can be found here: Franz-Marc-Museum, Kochel, Deutschland.

Art Prints

We deliver exclusively art prints from well-known art publishers in brilliant quality, such as the art print »The yellow cow« from Franz Marc. Classic art prints are normally produced by offset or screen printing. In this case, often also spot colours and embossments are used.

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. »Grazing Horses I« of Franz Marc 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 »Bull« of Franz Marc 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 »Moor huts in the Dachauer Moos« of Franz Marc is guaranteed to impress you and every visitor.

Wall papers

Spacefull art from Franz Marc. This gives »Playing cats« a whole new look. The wallpapers are printed according to your information in the latex printing process on solid fleece material.