An insight into the work of Ludwig Meidner and in particular “Apocalyptic Vision” part of a series of paintings he produced in his Berlin studio during the summer of 1912. These paintings of burning cities and fleeing people, coming just before the outbreak of the First World War seemed to be an uncanny prediction of what was to come.
The full film can be seen in the gallery space of the "Expressionism: The Complete Artwork" exhibition at the New Walk Museum & Art Gallery in Leicester.

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