This selling exhibition at E&R Cyzer is a unique opportunity to see a number of paintings by artists who were persecuted under Hitler with their work were dismissed as ‘Degenerate Art’ – images of tango-teas and women smoking did not meet with approval. An exhibition of such a range of German Expressionist artists has not taken place in London for over 5 years and E & R Cyzer is presenting a rare exhibition devoted to the Masters of German Expressionism which has been extended until August 15 at their gallery on 23 Bruton Street London. The Gallery is featuring oils and works on paper by pioneers of both Die Brücke and Der Blaue Reiter, including Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Max Pechstein, Alexej Von Jawlensky and Emil Nolde Highlights are paintings by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and Max Pechstein which portray the vibrant and decadent society of early Weimar Republic Germany. Tango-tea by Kirchner and Rauchende (The Smoker) by Pech

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