George Grosz (German 1893–1959) [Dada, New Objectivity, Expressionism, German Expressionism] Untitled, 1920. Style: Metaphysical art.
Large Net Hermann Max Pechstein - 1930 He certainly liked his clouds.Love the detail in black.really fine-almost subtle-almost realist.
George Grosz. Ühiskonna alustalad
Zdzisław Beksiński - Lost at Sea (http://zdzislaw-beksinski.blogspot.com/p/paintings.html)
Stilles Meer - Emil Nolde 1936. Pioneer of German Expressionism, the painter Emil Hansen changed his surname to the name of his birth place, Nolde. His paintings were removed from museums in 1935 and about thirty of them were included in the Entartete Kunst (Degenerate Art) exhibition in 1937
"Self-Portrait as a Degenerate Artist" Eight of Kokschka's paintings were included in the exhibition of Degenerate 'Art' organised by the Nazis to pour scorn on modern art. The artist altered the position of his arms in this painting, to make them defiantly crossed, in response his inclusion in the exhibition.
Der Maschinenbauer, Blatt 78 der Zeitschrift "Die Schaffenden", II. Jahrgang, 4. Mappe
Max Ernst, Oiseaux en péril 2 on ArtStack #max-ernst #art More
Poster. Nazi ‘Degenerate Music’ exhibition. Dusseldorf 1938. feastingonroadkill: Looks like Mr Feastingonroadkill’s idea of a band worth seeing!
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