Dozens of paintings by the German Expressionist Erich Heckel are on display at the Flensburger Museumsberg. The painter’s niece left 41 of the works to the museum, which has restored them.
He abandoned his family's farm, but became world-famous for landscape paintings. Expressionist Emil Nolde, born 150 years ago, saw the world in abstract but radical colors - a vision that proved too modern for the Nazis.
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