Throughout his career, Corinth became best known for his exquisite portraits, which he captured on canvas paintings. His works were characterized by a powerful and passionate expression that often depicted his models in dramatic poses. Corinth used various painting techniques and materials to give his paintings a special effect.
His art prints and posters were produced in many different formats and sizes and quickly gained a large following.
During his career, Corinth created a variety of artworks, including landscape paintings, still lifes, and religious paintings. He was a master of color and composition, and his works impressed with their detailed execution.
Corinth passed away in 1925 in Zandvoort, Netherlands, at the age of 67. However, his artworks remained of great significance and can be admired in many art museums worldwide. His canvas paintings and art are among the most significant works of German art history.
To our knowledge the art works on this page were created in the years from 1888 to 1924.
Lovis Corinth uses for the pictures shown here mostly the technique: Huile sur toile.
The pictures are predominantly assigned to the art direction Impressionism.
Lovis Corinth was mainly concerned with the following motives: Portrait.
The art works of the artist are dominated by the colors gray, brown and black.
4 works of the artist Lovis Corinth can be found here: Berlin, SMB, Nationalgalerie, Germany.