Munich secession


The name for a landmark modernist art movement in Germany begun in 1892 in Munich and focused on replacement of traditional methods and representational styles with styles and methods of Abstraction. Among the artists involved were Lovis Corinth, Paul Klee, Franz Von Stuck and Wassily Kandinsky. Special attention was brought to the movement in 1899, when Kandinsky wrote a widely-circulated essay on the subject and described the group&#39;s "bold negation of aged models . . ." Source:; <br><br>See secession