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August Macke w. wife a. children, 1913
Macke, August German painter, 1887–1914.

August Macke with his wife and children.

Photo, Christmas 1913.
Self-portrait with hat
Frau des Künstlers mit Hut
Self-Portrait
Study for a self-portrait
Portrait with Apples: the Artist’s Wife
Turkish Cafe I
Garden Entrance
Markt in Tunis I
Horsemen and Walkers in the Avenue
Garten mit Bassin
Freiburg Cathedral in Switzerland
Woman and parrot in a landscape
Lady in a Green Jacket
The Bright House (1st Version)
Garden on Lake Thun
Am Thuner See I
Drei Mädchen mit gelben Strohhüten I
Pierrot
Clown in grünem Kostüm
Circus I: Equestrienne
Figures in the park
Woman in front of Hat Shop
Hat Shop
Fashion Shop Window
Couple in the Forest
Walter, Three Days Old
Walter with Lace Collar
Walter, painting at the table
Mother and Child
Elisabeth and Walterchen
Portrait Study of Elisabeth Gerhardt
Garden Path
Three Nudes in a Green Landscape
Vegetable Fields
Little Walter's Toys
Still-life with sunflowers I
Storm
Katzenstudien
Akt auf weißem Tuch
Sitzender Akt auf Kissen
Bathers at the green slope
Nude, Reclining
Woman Carrying a Bowl with Flowers
Landscape near Lake Tegern
Sailing Boat, Lake Tegern
Church of Our Lady
Our Street in Grey
Farmer’s Boy on Balcony
Girl on the Balcony II (In a Blue Dress)
Fashion Shop in Laubengang
People Strolling along the Street
Poeple Strolling under Trees
People Strolling along the Lake
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September 2019: 105 Years since the Death of August Macke
September 2019: 105 Years since the Death of August Macke.

August Macke, 3 January 1887 – 26 September 1914,
German Expressionist painter.

Macke was one of the leading members of the German Expressionist group Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider). He lived during a particularly innovative time for German art and saw the development of the main German Expressionist movements as well as the arrival of the successive avant-garde movements which were forming in the rest of Europe.

Macke's career was cut short by his early death in the second month of the World War I at the front in Champagne, France, on 26 September 1914. His final painting, Farewell, depicts the mood of gloom that settled after the outbreak of war. This was also the same year that he painted the famous painting, Türkisches Café in München (1914).