Emil Hansen, also known as Emil Nolde, was born in Schleswig Nolde on August 7, 1867. Emil Nolde is one of the wealthiest Expressionist painters. Nolde, who was raised in a rural family, begins his employment as an apprentice at a furniture factory in Flensburg, Germany. Following that, he enrolls in Karlsruhe’s evening painting classes and completes his formation training in Amsterdam and Paris. He is assisted in joining the Bridge group by Schmidt Rottluff, whom he first met in 1906; this would serve as one of his points of reference. He traveled to Belgium and the Netherlands in 1911 to admire Van Gogh’s artwork. Here, he meets Ensor and becomes significantly influenced by him, increasing the dramatic and imaginative elements in his own works. He participates in the exhibitions of the Munich Blue Horse group, the New Sezession group, and the Berlin Sezession group in the interim. The following year, he travels to a Pacific island and starts to develop connections with the people there.
His artwork is enhanced by exotic elements and a more vibrant palette in this way. After World War I, he keeps working there. He joined the National Socialist Party in 1920, but the Nazis still came after him. II. He relocated to Seebüll, which is close to the Danish border, following World War II. He painted here up until his passing on April 13, 1956.
The religiously inclined painter had a close relationship with Christianity. He reflected this feeling, which had developed into a passion, with erotic and demonic qualities in the paintings he created in 1910. In his paintings, it is possible to see the sadness brought on by the religious contradictions he has mostly encountered. He concentrated on painting landscapes and still lifes while traveling to the Far East.
1: Wildly Dancing Children
Second: The Last Supper
3: Jesus With the Kids
4: Circulate the Golden Calf.
5: Jesus’ Life 6: Dreamers
8: Sunflowers and dahlias