expressionistic

[ UK /ɛkspɹˈɛʃənˈɪstɪk/ ]
[ US /ɪksˌpɹɛʃəˈnɪstɪk/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to expressionism
    expressionist art
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How To Use expressionistic In A Sentence

  • The works are an expressionistic mix of raw materials, typography, colour and artificial lighting, involving often quite bizarre detailing.
  • Her style was what was in the 1920s called expressionistic dance, or even “German Dance.” Gertrud Kraus.
  • Other paintings oscillate between illusionism and a more expressionistic style of depiction.
  • The paintings are in an expressionistic style.
  • The 120 works in this retrospective of the French modernist Vlaminck show the evolution of his art through post-Impressionism, Fauvism and Cubism to his later expressionistic landscapes.
  • His style, derived from observations of both art and life, is a more or less naive, expressionistic symbolism.
  • This highly expressionistic sense of hyperrealism is so potent that one might almost miss The Set-Up's poetic existential allegory.
  • Within the context of art, say of realism versus expressionism, you can have a realistic body or an expressionistic body.
  • Despite the expressionistic framing and fancy camera angles, the film feels remarkably flat and prosaic.
  • A dense libretto, by the composer, and an expressionistic musical style, which searches out new instrumental colors, make this opera a masterpiece.
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