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Adolph Menzel Albrecht Altdorfer Albrecht Durer
Andreas Achenbach August Macke August Natterer
Bernhard Strigel Carl Spitzweg Caspar David Friedrich
Charlotte Posenenske Christian Rohlfs Christian Schad
Christian Wilhelm Allers Eduard von Gebhardt Elsa von Freytag Loringhoven
Emil Schumacher Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Franz Marc
Franz Stuck Franz Xaver Winterhalter Friedrich Schroder Sonnenstern
Friedrich Vordemberge Gildewart Fritz Rehm Fritz Winter
Hans am Ende Hans Baldung Hans Holbein the Younger
Hans Richter Hans von Aachen Heinrich Schonfeld
Jerg Ratgeb Johann Anton de Peters Josef Albers
Karl Schmidt Rottluff Kathe Kollwitz Kim Anderson
Konrad Witz Kurt Schwitters Lovis Corinth
Lucas Cranach the Elder Maria Sibylla Merian Martin Schongauer
Matthias Grunewald Max Liebermann Max Pechstein
Max Slevogt Oskar Schlemmer Otto Eckmann
Paul Klee Paula Modersohn Becker Philipp Otto Runge
Richard Friese Ruth Vollmer Thomas Theodor Heine
Wilhelm Leibl Wilhelm Trubner

German Art Posters Online

Diverse in style but homogenous in beauty, these famous paintings from German artists make a fabulous addition to any room in your home or office. Never before have you been able to purchase such high-quality German art prints online, capable of offering true justice to the artistic vision of the artist who created them. Our famous German artwork prints come in a wide variety of sizes and frame styles to fit any room or aesthetic preference. These famous German 20th century painters are sure way to impress guests whether they are art novices or connoisseurs of European painting.

Often neglected in favor of the more widely circulated renaissance art of Italy or France, German art has played an important role in the development of European art since the first European civilizations developed out of tribal groups in the region thousands of years ago. A common misconception is that English, and many other western languages similar to it, are romance languages with roots in Latin. However, English is actually a Germanic language, and thus, owes much of its cultural history, including art like Celtic and Scandinavian art, to German influence. Fast-forward to the 20th century, and Germany has become one of the cultural capitals of Europe and the rest of the world, providing the stylistic compass to many of the modern and contemporary art movements that we know today. For a look at how many of the modern art movements came to be, we highly recommend 20th century German art from this diverse set of artists.