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The Invention of Expressionism: Critical Writings 1910-1913 Paperback – September 29, 2016
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Max Raphael (born 1889) studied philosophy under Georg Simmel and Henri Bergson, and art history under Heinrich Wölfflin. In 1911 he met Picasso in Paris, where he was studying the Impressionists and the work of Cézanne and Matisse. The meeting would result in his first book-length study, Von Monet zu Picasso (1913). From 1925-1932, Raphael taught at the Volkshochschule Gross-Berlin. He lived in Paris between 1932 and 1940. After the outbreak of WWII, he was interned in concentration camps twice. In 1941 he emigrated to the U.S. Living in New York, he spent his last eleven years working on the analysis of Paleolithic cave paintings. He took his own life in 1952. Patrick Healy works as a senoir researcher at the Faculty of Architecture, TUDelft. His earlier translations include Carl Einstein's Negro Sculpture, a collection of writings by Karl Kraus titled In These Great Times, and the complete text of Kraus's magnum opus, The Last Days of Mankind.
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