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The year 1905 saw art get a double start, for the French Fauves weren't the only artists breaking new ground in that year. In 1905 in Dresden, Germany, a group of artists came together to form another art movement. They called their group Die Brucke, which means the bridge. They saw their art as a bridge uniting all ideas of the new generation of German artists. The founders of the movement, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Erich Heckel, Karl Schmidt Rotttluff, and Fritz Bleyl, were later joined by others, such as Max Pechstein and Emil Nolde. These artists sought to express thems…
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