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For German Right and German Morals (Für Deutsches Recht und Deutsche Sitte): George Grosz, 1919

George Grosz: Post-Apocalyptic: A Hunger for Images / Wrong from the Start

/Dallas Museum of Art  George Grosz, German   One Lie is Sufficient, c. 1930 by George Grosz, Watercolor over ink

Dallas Museum of Art George Grosz, German One Lie is Sufficient, c. 1930 by George Grosz, Watercolor over ink

"Cross Section" by George Grosz, 1920

Several examples of the drawings of German artist George Grosz including quotes from cartoonists Ralph Steadman and Ivan Brunetti.

He Made Fun of Hindenburg

He Made Fun of Hindenburg (Er hat Hindenburg verspottet) (plate from the illustrated book Deutsche Graphiker der Gegenwart (German Printmakers of Our Time).

The Hero by George Grosz

The Hero by George Grosz

George Grosz. Remembering. 1936. Watercolor on paper. Signed and dated, lower right. 24" x 18" (61 x 45.7 cm). Private collection, courtesy Galerie St. Etienne, NY.

Signed and dated, lower right.

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