German Expressionism is coming to the Frist this month, so this week Your Daily Arts Break looks at some of the heirs of that movement, the Neo-Expressionists of the 80′s and 90′s, starting with Julian Schnabel who was probably the best known and one of the most flamboyant.
“St. Sebastian”, 1979
Oil, wax on canvas, 111″ x 66″
St. Francis in Ecstasy, 1980
Oil, plates, bondo on wood, 96 x 84″
Untiled (Los Patos del Buen Retiro I), 1991
Oil, gesso, resin on red velvet, 180 x 190″