EXP Paintings of R. Eichen

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Motto

Expressionism is a style whose beginnings and precursors can be found in the late 19th century.

Like Impressionism, Symbolism and Fauvism, Expressionism is a movement against the tendencies of Naturalism. In Expressionism, the expressive level predominates over the aesthetic, appellative and objective level. The artist wants to present his experience to the viewer.

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Tower of Gnandstein Castle

Around 1225/30, a three-storey palace was built, which was raised by one storey in the late 14th century. On the first floor is a hall with triple windows with Romanesque capitals.

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View to Gnandstein Castle

Gnandstein Castle is considered to be Saxony’s best-preserved Romanesque fortification. The castle was built as a Romanesque complex at the beginning of the 13th century, probably first with a rectangular ground plan and a residential tower.

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Mountain Church

The Mountain Church is an originally Romanesque sacred building of the Evangelical Lutheran Church on a church hill, built in the 13th century and extended in 1848.

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The Devil's Bridge

Popularly known as the Devil’s Bridge. Its semicircle is reflected in the lake and forms a complete circle. It spans Lake Rakotz, but can no longer be entered.

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Wanderlust

Wanderlust describes the desire to hike, the constant inner drive to explore nature and the world on foot, away from or even close to home.

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Elbe

The Elbe is a Central European river that rises in the Czech Republic, flows through Germany and empties into the North Sea.

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Blue Wonder

“Blue Wonder” is the unofficial name of the Loschwitz Bridge, one of the bridges crossing the Elbe in Dresden.

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