Franz Marc (German, February 8, 1880 – March 4, 1916)


Zwei Frauen am Berg, 1906
16 × 24,5 cm.
Galerie Stangl, Munich

Sheaf of Grain, 1907
Oil on canvas, 78.74 x 58.42 cm  
University of Iowa Museum of Art

Horse in the Landscape, 1910
Oil on canvas, 85 x 112 cm. Museum Folkwang. Essen

Rehe im Schnee / Deer in the Snow, 1911
Oil on canvas, 84.7 x 84.5 cm.
Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich, Germany

Haystacks in the Snow, 1911
Oil on canvas, 79.5 cm x 100 cm.
Franz Marc Museum, Germany

Blue Horse I, 1911
Lenbach House, Munich, Germany

Blue Horse, 1911
112 x 86 cm
Bern, Kunstmuseum

The Large Blue Horses, 1911
Oil on canvas, 104.78  x 181.61 cm.
Walker Art Center

Gelbe Kuh / Yellow Cow, 1911. 
Oil on canvas, 140.5 x 189.2 cm. 
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York

Red Deer II, 1912
Oil on canvas, 70 cm x 100 cm. 
Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst, Germany

The Little Yellow Horses, 1912
Oil on canvas, 66 x 104 cm.
Staatsgalerie Stuttgart.

Rain, 1912
Oil on canvas, 81 x 105,5 cm. 
Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus. Munich.

Die Weltenkuh / The World Cow, 1913. 
Oil on canvas, 70.7 x 141.3 cm.

The fate of the animals, 1913
Oil on canvas, 196 x 266 cm. 
Kunstmuseum Basel

Kämpfende Formen / Fighting Forms, 1914
Oil on canvas, 91 x 131 cm.
Staatsgalerie Moderner Kunst. Munich

  Komposition III, 1914
Oil on canvas, 46 × 57 cm.
Karl Ernst Osthaus Museum, Hagen

German painter and printmaker who is known for the intense mysticism of his paintings of animals. He was a founding member of Der Blaue Reiter (“The Blue Rider”), an association of German Expressionist artists.

"Blue is the main principle, astringent and spiritual. Yellow is the female principle, gentle, gay and spiritual. Red is matter, brutal and heavy and always the colour to be opposed and overcome by the other two." - Franz Marc