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Pierre Auguste Renoir, Auguste Herbin, Auguste Rodin, Henri Fantin Latour, Amedeo Modigliani, Henry Moore, Piet Mondrian, Magritte, Wassily Kandinsky
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Max Pechstein - Barges [1920]

Here, Pechstein depicts the small fishing village of Nidden, tucked along the Curonian Spit in present day Lithuania, then known as East Prussia, upon his fifth visit in 1920. Pechstein would often return to this motif of boats and fishermen, painting the Fischerleben series that very year, the majority of which would be destroyed in World War Two. This series focused on the everyday life of a fisherman and village, capturing a world similar to that of Keitelkähne, where humanity is at peace…