About ” The splendor of colors” , Emil Nolde in the Frieder Burda Museum from June 15 – October 13 , 2013

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Emil Nolde
Streitgespräch “Ungemalte Bilder” 1938-1945)
water color on paper
23,4 x 18 cm

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Nolde_Tropensonne

Emil Nolde
Tropensonne 1914
oil on canvas
71 x 104,5 cm

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Nolde_Trollhois_Garten_1907

Emil Nolde
Trollhois Garten 1907
oil on canvas
73,5 x 88 cm

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Emil Nolde
Tänzerin und Harlekin 1920
oil on canvas (burlap)
85,5 x 100 cm

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Emil Nolde
Selbstbildnis 1917
oil on wood
83 x 65 cm

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RUG SONNENBLUMEN

Emil Nolde
Rote und gelbe Sonnenblumen around 1920
watercolour
36,2 x 48 cm

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Nolde_Landschaft_mit_jungen_Pferden_1916

Emil Nolde
Landschaft mit jungen Pferden 1916
oil on canvas
73,5 x 101 cm

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Nolde_Josephs_Versuchung_1921

Emil Nolde
Josephs Versuchung 1921
oil on canvas
86,5 x 100,5 cm

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Nolde_Hohe_Sturzwelle

Emil Nolde
Hohe Sturzwelle 1948
oil on canvas
68,5 x 88,5 cm

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Nolde_Grosser_Mohn

Emil Nolde
Großer Mohn (rot, rot, rot) 1942
oil on canvas
73,5 x 89,5 cm

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Nolde_Fruehling_im_Zimmer

Emil Nolde
Frühling im Zimmer 1904
oil on canvas
88,5 x 73,5 cm

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Nolde_Das_Meer_III_1913

Emil Nolde
Das Meer III
1913
87 x 100,5 cm
oil on canvas

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DUMONT_NOLDE_MA_014

Emil Nolde
Blumengarten (O) 1922
oil on canvas burlap
74 x 89,5 cm

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Nolde_Am_Weintisch_1911

Emil Nolde
Am Weintisch 1911
oil on canvas
88,5 x 73,5 cm

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Emil Nolde( Alemania 7 de agosto de 1867- 15 de abril de 1956) fue un pintor que destacó en la intensidad de su paleta cromática.
Con las fotos del material de prensa, puedo establecer que como poco la exposición se puede dividir en obra inspirada en la ciudad o en interiores de teatros, locales y viviendas. Además, hay muchos paisajes tanto marinos como de interior, y primorosos trabajos en el jardín.

Y así como en los personajes humanos se puede apreciar los estados de ánimo( aquí se puede ver la ira, la paciencia, la paz interior, el afán de lucirse, la soberbia) , con las marinas se aprecia el momento en el que estaba Nolde . En la crepuscular se ve que estaba muy bien consigo mismo, incluso me atrevería a decir que enamorado, por como reparte los rojos…y en cambio en las de tormenta ya parece más intranquilo.

Vistas todas las imágenes ya me hago una idea aún mayor de lo bien que sabía utilizar el color en su pintura, ya que EXPRESA MUY BIEN los estados de animo, representa las flores como las recordamos, y muestra su fuero interno en cada paisaje que representa. Consigue que nos sintamos muy próximos a él, ya que muestra gran empatía con la naturaleza: consigo mismo.

Muy buena exposición.

Emil Nolde( Germany, August 7 of 1867- April 15 of 1956) was a painter who´s stands out in the intensity of his chromatic palette.
With the photos of the press material i can say that wich how minimum the exhibition is divisible in works inspired in the city or in interiors of thatres, pubs and homes. Also, exist many landscapes marines and from land, and so carefully mades garden works.
In human beings are perceptibles his moods( the rage, the patience, the inner peace, the narcissism, the pride), with the marines you can feel Nolde´s laps of his time. In the crepuscular is perceptible that he was well with himself, also i can said that in love, for the distribution the reds, …although in marines with a storm seems to be more anxious.
Sight all the photos i can have a bigger idea about the hability of Nolde using color in his painting, because SHOWS SO WELL his deep down in every landscape that he paints. Hi gets taht we feel so close to him, because samples big empathy with the nature: with himself.

So good exhibition.

Ramuntcho Robles Quevedo

Material de prensa cortesía del Departamento de prensa del Frieder Burda Museum.

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