George Grosz

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Impressionism or Expressionism? It’s All Good (Friday) – Garrott Designs

Last Good Friday I took you shopping in Brooklyn where we found pretty little things and meandered on a walk of self discovery through the street (art).

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George Grosz, Walzertraum / Waltz dream (1921)

George Grosz (eigentlich Georg Ehrenfried Groß), Berlin 1890 - 1959 Walzertraum / Waltz dream (1921) Akademie der Künste, Kunstsammlung, Berlin George Grosz (* 26. Juli 1893 als Georg Ehrenfried Groß in Berlin; † 6. Juli 1959 ebenda) war ein deutsch-amerikanischer Maler, Grafiker und Karikaturist. Mit George Grosz werden vor allem seine der Neuen Sachlichkeit zugerechneten, sozial- und gesellschaftskritischen Gemälde und Zeichnungen in Verbindung gebracht, die überwiegend in den…

George Grosz draws city scenes with a great feeling of chaos and claustrophobia George Grosz, Travel Sketchbook, West Berlin, Art Students League, Gcse Art, Environmental Art, Illustrators, Concept Art, Van Gogh

George Grosz draws city scenes with a great feeling of chaos and claustrophobia

The painter George Grosz worked with Bertolt Brecht during the years of the Weimar Republic. His 1921 painting Civil Servant of the Nation captures the class polarisation taking place in Germany at the time Max Beckmann, Art Dégénéré, Ludwig Meidner, Art Actuel, George Grosz, New Objectivity, Degenerate Art, Tate Britain, Art History

George Grosz - la pittura tedesca tra il dadaismo e gli orrori del regime nazista

Il pittore tedesco George Grosz (1893 - 1959) visse a cavallo tra le due guerre mondiali in prima persona, vivendo di persona questi eventi traumatici. Inoltre la sua esperienza diretta con l'ascesa al potere del nazismo e le sue simpatie comuniste, fecero maturare in questo artista uno stile caricaturista, in part ...

Lotte Schmalhausen, 1928 by George Grosz, (German Kasimir Und Karoline, George Grosz, New Objectivity, Degenerate Art, Vintage Artwork, Art Themes, Art For Art Sake, Pulp Art, Dibujo

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George Grosz Biography of German Expressionist Artist, Caricaturist: Member of New Objectivity Group (Neue Sachlichkeit) Art And Illustration, John Heartfield, Berlin Spree, Art Dégénéré, Dadaism Art, Art Actuel, George Grosz, Degenerate Art, Art History

Profili Dada. Felip Equy, Georges Grosz. Disegni contro l'ordine stabilito, da: "CIRA". - DADA 100

George Grosz Disegni contro l'ordine costituito I Pilastri della Società, 1926 di Felip Equy George Grosz fu un disegnatore ed un pittore tedesco poi americano. Testimone della prima Guerra mondiale, della sconfitta della rivoluzione in Germania poi dell'ascesa...

George Grosz Portrait of Dr. Felix J. Felix J. Weil), 1926 Oil on canvas x cm) Los Angeles County Museum of Art Max Beckmann, Albert Renger Patzsch, Los Angeles County, Museum Ludwig, George Grosz, New Objectivity, Degenerate Art, Figurative Kunst, Poet

George Grosz - la pittura tedesca tra il dadaismo e gli orrori del regime nazista

Il pittore tedesco George Grosz (1893 - 1959) visse a cavallo tra le due guerre mondiali in prima persona, vivendo di persona questi eventi traumatici. Inoltre la sua esperienza diretta con l'ascesa al potere del nazismo e le sue simpatie comuniste, fecero maturare in questo artista uno stile caricaturista, in part ...

Street in Berlin by George Grosz (German, American Max Beckmann, Harlem Renaissance, Paula Modersohn Becker, Max Ernst, George Grosz, New Objectivity, Degenerate Art, Berlin Street, Dibujo

"Kant Is Just a Four-Letter Word"

The first of the month, and so as usual Gerry Goldsmith (known as “the Brain” to all the other regulars at Bob’s Bowery Bar) arrived at the offices of Goldstein, Goldberg, and Gold bright and early to pick up his allotment of fifty dollars. Bright and early for the Brain was not what it was for the rest of the world, and so the time was 11:45 am. He went right over to Gladys’s desk at reception. Gladys always had his money for him, in fives and singles, in a plain envelope. “And good morning…