Franz Marc was heavily influenced by Cubism and his shapes in The Little Monkey from 1912 adopt its fractured forms
Franz Marc infused his work with spiritual significance using colours he associated with specific attributes as can be seen in Fox from 1911.
Painted In the Cubist style by Franz Marc, The Tiger, with its jagged shards of color help accentuate the stripes
In a similar vein of spiritual feeling, Wassily Kandinsky paints an urban setting, Houses in Munich in 1908.
The Green Domino, painted in 1913 demonstrates American Modernist painter Albert Bloch's preoccupation with both colour and form.
The sitter in Woman in Red Dress who Edvard Munch paints here has the bare rudiments of facial features as she treads a road towards us.
Death of Marat is a 1907 loose tribute or reworking of the same subject by eighteenth-century Neoclassicist Jacques-Louis David
Jealousy is one of eleven versions of the theme that Edvard Munch painted. In this 1907 version there are three figures – two suitors and the desired woman.
1892's Despair by Norwegian Expressionist painter Edvard Munch shows an obscured figure turning away from both the scena and the viewer.
In Edvard Munch's 1903 Self-Portrait in Hell we see the naked artist shown with clarity in the centre of the canvas.