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Gustav Klimt - The Blind Man (Der Blinde) [1896] In the years 1896-98 Klimt accomplished a number of male portraits. The Blind Man was published in the Ver Sacrum edition of November/December 1898 under this title. [Leopold Museum, Vienna - Oil on canvas, 67 x 54 cm]

Gustav Klimt - The Blind Man (Der Blinde) In the years Klimt accomplished a number of male portraits. The Blind Man was published in the Ver Sacrum edition of November/December 1898 under this title. [Leopold Museum, Vienna - Oil on canvas, 67 x 54 cm]

Edvard Munch - Amor en Psyche - Olieverf op doek, 1907

“Psyche did not think the feeling running through her could exist, it was too powerful, too profound and pierced her soul in a way that was a beautiful agony.” ― Jasmine Dubroff (Photo is not mine)

Max Beckmann (German, 1884–1950), 1917, Descent from the Cross, Oil on canvas. This painting accompanied Entartete Kunst, the Nazi’s 1937 exhibition “degenerate” avant-garde art, Munich.

Max Beckmann (German, Descent from the Cross, Oil on canvas. This painting accompanied Entartete Kunst, the Nazi’s 1937 exhibition “degenerate” avant-garde art, Munich.