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Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel
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Kunstformen der Natur (1904) by Ernst Haeckel

To a certain extent, Flemish Expressionism had its roots in the Netherlands, where artists such as Frits van den Berghe and Gustave de Smet stayed in the period 1914-1918.

Belgiƫ: het bekende Vlaamse expressionisme wordt ons voornamelijk gebracht door de 2e kunstenaarsgroep van de Latemse Scholen, in de 1e helft van de 20e eeuw, met Constant Permeke, Gustaaf De Smet, Albert Servaes en Frits Van den Berghe. Ook James Ensor, Floris Jespers, Felix de Boeck en Albert Droesbeke worden tot de expressionisten gerekend.

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