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Why choose August Macke wall art?August Macke was a German Expressionist painter who was one of the leading members of the group Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider). August Macke canvas prints are characterized by bright colors and abstract shapes. He is best known for his vibrant landscapes and cityscapes.
If you are looking for a piece of art that is full of life and color, then August Macke wall art is a great choice. If you are interested in expressionism, you should take a look at our collection of Franz Marc wall art and Wassily Kandinsky wall art as well.
What kind of product will I receive?A canvas print that is a high-quality reproduction of original artwork printed on canvas. August Macke wall art can fit into a variety of interiors. It can be used to create a bright and colorful focal point in a room, or to add a touch of personality to an otherwise plain space.
How to select the best August Macke canvas for your home?When selecting August Macke canvas prints for your home, it is important to consider your personal style and the overall décor of your space. Wall art can be used to create a focal point in a room or to add interest to a bland wall. If you are looking for a statement piece, consider an abstract or colorful artwork.
When choosing artwork, be sure to take into account the size of the piece and the color of the wall it will be hung on. Lighter colors will show off darker artwork more prominently, while darker colors will make lighter artwork stand out.
What is considered the most popular August Macke wall art?
- Zoological Garden I (1912)
- Freiburg Cathedral, Switzerland (1914)
- Hat Shop (1914)
August Macke in summaryAugust Macke was born in 1887 in Meschede, Germany. He began his art studies in 1906 at the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf. After a two-year stay in Paris, he traveled to Tunisia, Ceylon, and Indonesia. From 1912 to 1914, he lived in Berlin, where he became a member of the Blaue Reiter (Blue Rider) group of artists. In 1914, he was drafted into the German army and served in France and Belgium. While on leave in January 1915, he married his wife, Elisabeth. In 1917, he was seriously wounded in combat and died from his injuries in 1918.