9) ölbild. 10) 15) Zwei Originallithographien aus der Drucke- rei De Jong, Hilversum, aus einer Serie Pigmento-Drucke. Die vorherrschenden Farben rot, blau und gelbgrün werden durch die starke schwarzliche Kontur noch untcrstrichen. 11) Mehr- farbiger Keramik-Brunnen vor einer hollandischen Spirituosen- fabrik. 12) Farbige Originallithographie, 46 X 76 cm. 13) Doppelseite aus einem Prospekt der Druckerei Boom-Ruygrock. 14) Seite aus einem Kinderbuch als Geschenkausgabe der Druk- kerei Meijer, Wormerveer. 9) Oil painting. 10) 15) Two autolithographs printed by De Jong of Hilversum as part of a series called Pigmento Prints. Predominantly red, blue and yellow-green bringing out a strong blackish graphic contour. 11) Polychrome ceramic fountain of the Gist-en Spiritusfabriek in Delft. 12) Coloured auto- lithograph, 18 X 30".13) Doublespread from a booklet issued by the printing firm Boom-Ruygrock. 14) Page from the children's book Filipijn and the Magic Bottlea gift edition pub lished by Meijer of Wormerveer. Dostoievsky's revolt against collective, and Strindberg's revolt against individual oppression. They wanted to penetrate deeper and show what they believed to be under the surfaceto prove that the visible and tangible world corresponded with the intangible and spiritual. They wanted to extend the domain of art beyond the accepted boundaries of the day and express themselves through progress into imagination, fantasy and prophecy. To them, man was the main subject of painting; but by man they meant the artisthis personality and vision, more than the actual subject. They distorted familiar shapes so that they could project inner truth which they valued more than harmony. The Expressionists made uninhibited use of violent coloursand at times colour became symbolic. Expressionism sensed and portrayed the mental climate leading up to the First World War. 498

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