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Nosferatu and Murnau: pictorial influences
Anales de Historia del Arte
One of the most defined sides of F.W. Murnau's films is the influence of the art of painting in them, both in the assumption of known examples and in the use of pictorial composition. Nonetheless, there hs not been a systematic approach to the painting-derived fonts that he used for composing scenes, or to the building of his own cinematographic language in aesthetic terms. In this essay, we will study this very part of Murnau's art, but focusing in one of his masterpieces: Nosferatu. We willdoaj:84a786eb95234f248fc6f2f868e28d3e fatcat:ooff2co5ibfobk4pnwudoepcsu