Words in bold within the text indicate terms cross-referenced to other articles in the book Abstract Expressionism A form of art in which the artist expresses himself purely through the use of form and colour. It is non-representational, or non-objective, art, which means that there are no concrete objects represented. In terms of art history, the movement can be broadly divided into two groups: Abstract Expressionism is closely linked to several literary movements, particularly Imagism and Postmodernism.
Youth The school in Klara, Stockholmwhose harsh discipline haunted Strindberg in his adult life. Strindberg was born on 22 January in StockholmSweden, the third surviving son of Carl Oscar Strindberg a shipping agent and Eleonora Ulrika Norling a serving-maid.
As a young student, Strindberg also worked as an assistant in a pharmacy in the university town of Lund in southern Sweden. He supported himself in between studies as a substitute primary-school teacher and as a tutor for the children of two well-known physicians in Stockholm.
In Mayhe failed his qualifying chemistry exam which in turn made him uninterested in schooling. Taking his cue from William Shakespearehe began to use colloquial and realistic speech in his historical dramas, which challenged the convention that they should be written in stately verse.
Their first child was born prematurely on 21 January and died two days later. I am a socialist, a nihilist, a republican, anything that is anti-reactionary! I want to turn everything upside down to see what lies beneath; I believe we are so webbed, so horribly regimented, that no spring-cleaning is possible, everything must be burned, blown to bits, and then we can start afresh Strindberg and Siri's daughter Karin was born on 26 February He then moved to Paris, which they found noisy and polluted.
Income earned from Lucky Peter's Journey enabled him to move to Switzerland in He resided in Ouchywhere he stayed for some years. On 3 AprilSiri gave birth to their son, Hans. In Strindberg wrote a collection of short stories, Getting Marriedthat presented women in an egalitarian light and for which he was tried for and acquitted of blasphemy in Sweden.
The skein is too tangled to be unravelled.
It can only be sheared. The building is too solid to be pulled down.
|Naturalism and Expressionism||Later influencing practitioners Bertolt Brecht and Erwin Piscator, Expressionism made way for other, more militant performance styles in Germany, such as Epic theatre. Georg Buchner Woyzeck,unfinished sinceFrank Wedekind Spring Awakening,first performed and August Strindberg A Dream Play,first performed — key German playwrights of the period included Georg Kaiser From Morn to Midnight, and Ernst Toller Man and the Masses,and The Machine Wreckers, — elements of Expressionism influenced the early years of Epic theatre scenic designthough Brecht largely loathed this style particularly its emotional appeal and concentrated on creating his own form of more militant theatre Expressionism most typically presents a nightmarish vision of the human situation.|
It can only be blown up. His next play, Comradeswas his first in a contemporary setting.
He needed a credo and he used Jean-Jacques Rousseau nature worshiping as one, which he had studied while a student. He then moved to Germany, where he fell in love with Chancellor Otto von Bismarck 's Prussia status of the officer corps.
After that, he grew very critical of Rousseau and turned to Friedrich Nietzsche 's philosophies, which emphasized the male intellect. Another change in his life after the trial is that Strindberg decided he wanted a scientific life instead of a literary one, and began to write about non-literary subjects.
When he was 37, he began The Son of a Servanta four-part autobiography.Futurism, Dada, Surrealism & Expressionism.
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CLAUDE MONET () 'Waterlilies and Japanese Bridge', (oil on canvas) Impressionism was an art movement in France at the end of the 19th century. Johan August Strindberg (pronounced (help · info); 22 January – 14 May ) was a Swedish playwright, novelist, poet, essayist and painter.
   A prolific writer who often drew directly on his personal experience, Strindberg's career spanned four decades, during which time he wrote over 60 plays and more than 30 works of fiction, autobiography, history, cultural analysis, and.
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Pure Impressionism, as advocated by Monet, was outdoor plein-air painting, characterized by rapid, spontaneous and loose brushstrokes: supreme examples being his series of paintings of Rouen cathedral, Waterloo Bridge, Gare Saint-Lazare, haystacks, and water lilies.
Its guiding principle was the.