Impressionism and Modern Art

Impressionism and Modern Art

Art lovers as well as  collectors are very familiar with Modern Art.  Selling and searching for the right piece is also part of art investment.

Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism and Surrealism are the main styles of Modern art.  We are also offer and looking for works of: the Dada-movement, figurative paintings,  abstract works and non-Western art.  

Big names of Impressionism and Modern Art

Of course ArtExpert provides and is looking for the Big Five:  Van Gogh, Edouard Manet, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso and Amedeo Modigliani.

But also other great names of Modern Art are in our focus, like Gustav Klimt, Alberto Giacometti, Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paul Klee, Kurt Schwitters, Petrov-Wutkin, Constantin Brancusi, Umberto Boccioni,  Joan Miró, Oskar Kokoschka, Salvador Dali.

International Modern Art

Inside the range of Modern art ArtExpert is also mediating fine art works by  Henry Moore, Georgios Bouzianis, Georg Muche, Otto Dix, Constantin Parthenis, Spyros Papaloukas, Jannis Tsarouchis, Nikos Engonopoulos, Jannis Moralis, Fred Dahmen, Hubert Berke, Theodores Stamos, Bram van Velde, Le Corbousier, John Armitage,  Hans Breinlinger, Walter Lindgens,  Arno Breker, a.o.

So called "entarteteKunst"

A special and very unique part of our research and art brokerage are the art of the so called "verschollene Generation" and so called  "entartete Kunst". From our point of view it will better to use the more precise definitions "verfolgte Künstler and verfemte Kunst" (persecuted artists and ostracized art).

 

Documenta Archive Kassel

Documenta Archive in Kassel presents portrait designs from the series of artists by Heinz Günter Mebusch (1952 -2001) by Joseph Beuys, Wolf Vostell, Meret Oppenheim, Gerhard Richter and many other important artists of the 20th century who had participate at Documenta. Mebusch further developed the subjective photography of his teacher Otto Steinert (1915-1978) and established a new view on art.
Mebusch was well-known to over 200 artists of his time and he realized a conceptual work in which the question “what is art” started on a new level in confrontation between him, his portrayed artist and his art and the viewer. Among his portraits are images of  John Armleder, Olle Baertling, Lajos Barta, Thomas Bayerle, Joseph Beuys, Guillaume Bijl, Anna Blume, Bernhard Johannes Blume, Peter Boemmels, Alighiero Boetti, Christian Boltanski,  Fernando Botero, Joe Brockerhoff, Michael Buthe, James Lee Byars, Abraham David Christian, Paul Citroen, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Enzo Cucchi, Walter Dahn,  Manfred Deix, Jiri Dokoupil,  Irmel und Felix Droese, Achim Duchow, Ulrich Erben, Eva und Adele, Erró, Günter Fruhtrunk, Ernst Fuchs, Klaus Fussmann, Winfried Gaul, Ruprecht Geiger, Jochen Gerz, K.O. Götz, Kuno Gonschior, Gotthard Graubner,  Al Hansen, Keith Haring, Hans Hartung,  Bernhard Heiliger, Jean Hélion, Georg Herold,  Kali Higashiyama, Chin Hisao,  Karl-Horst Hödicke, Gerd Hoehme, Dennis Hopper, Dorothy Iannone, Jörg Immendorf,  Michael Jansen, Alan Jones,  Martin Kippenberger, Jürgen Klauke,  Edwad Kienholz, Chris Kohlhöfer, Jannis Kounellis, Nikos Kouroussis, Theo Lambertin, Maria Lassnig,  Loriot, Urs Luethi, Adolf Luther, Heinz Mack, Gerhard Marcks,  Brice Marden, André Masson, Stephen McKenna, Willi Maywald, Bruce McLean, Georg Meistermann, Annette und Jean Messagier, Meuser, Georg Muche, Harald Naegeli,  Hermann Nietsch, Marcel Odenbach, Markus Oehlen, Valentin Oman, Meret Oppenheim, C.O. Paeffgen, Nam Jun Paik, A.R. Penck,  Karl Pfahler, Anne und Patrick Poirier, Sigmar Polke, Arnulf Rainer, Robert Rauschenberg, Gerhard Richter, Mimmo Rotella,  Friedrich Schröder-Sonnenstern, Jan Schoonhoven, H.A. Schult, Emil Schumacher, Fritz Schwegler, Richard Serra, Willi Sitte, Katharina Sieverding,  Jesús Rafael Soto, Klaus Staeck, Franz Staehler, Walter Stöhrer, Kumi Sugai,  Norbert Tadeusz, Antoni Tapiès, Heinz Zolper.

The Work of Heinz-Günter Mebusch is administrated and supervised by Artforum Culture Foundation I The Mebusch Estate.