By exploring the development of Emil Nolde's art and the intellectual sources which influenced it, this study examines the popular notions of nature mysticism and cultural chauvinism known as Volkish ideology which were prevalent in Germany from 1870-1933. The nature of Nolde's unique contribution to German expressionism is clarified when viewed against this historical background.
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Book Description UMI Research Press, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1986. First edition. Hardback without dustjacket. Brown cloth, illustratede boards. In excellent condition - clean and bright throughout. Bookseller Inventory # 001953