Expressionism exhibition 2007 Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938): the animals on their way home, 1919; oil on canvas. (E. W. K. collection, Bern/Davos) The exhibition "Expressionism from the mountains - Kirchner, Bauknecht, Wiegers and the Group 'Rot-Blau'" at the Kunstmuseum Bern for the first time took a comprehensive look at the intense artistic and human interaction between Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) and a group of younger colleagues during his early years in Davos. Jan Wiegers (1893-1959) Portrait of Kirchner in his studio, 1925; oil on canvas (Groniger Museum collection, Groningen) Albert Müller (1897-1926) View from Kirchner's house in the Sertig valley, 1925; oil on canvas (Günther Ketterer collection) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) Moonlit night in winter, 1919, woodcut (Kunstmuseum Basel, Kupferstichkabinett) Philipp Bauknecht (1884-1933) Carrying hay, 1924; oil on canvas (Iris Wazzau Gallery, Davos) Paul Camenisch (1893-1970) Davos countryside, 1926; oil on canvas (Anliker collection, Emmenbrücke) Hermann Scherer 1893-1927) Mountain scene (Sertig valley, Davos), 1923/24; oil on canvas (Iris Wazzau Gallery, Davos) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) Sunday in the Alps (fountain scene), 1923–1925; oil on canvas (Kunstmuseum Bern) Philipp Bauknecht (1884-1933) Evening in the mountains, 1920; oil on jute (private collection Switzerland) Jan Wiegers (1893-1959) Frauenkirch – Graubünden, 1925; oil on canvas (private collection Netherlands) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner (1880-1938) Woods with stream (Graubünden countryside), 1925/26; oil on canvas (Kunsthaus Zürich) Albert Müller (1897-1926) Mountain woods, 1925; oil on canvas (Kunstmuseum Bern) Hermann Scherer (1893-1927) Mendrisiotto countryside, Ticino (early springtime), 1926; oil on canvas (Kunstmuseum Winterthur) Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and his young artist friends. This content was published on March 26, 2008 - 16:31 March 26, 2008 - 16:31 Share Facebook Twitter E-mail Print Copy link You can find an overview of ongoing debates with our journalists here. Please join us! If you want to start a conversation about a topic raised in this article or want to report factual errors, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sort by Newest first Oldest first Load more More More Swiss Films Advent Calendar This content was published on Dec 1, 2023 Dec 1, 2023 This year we’re presenting one film from our Swiss Films selection every day leading up to Christmas Day.