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Karl Hubbuch,Die Schleckmäuler, 1925/1926, Staedtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich

Karl Hubbuch,Die Schleckmäuler, Staedtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich

Otto Dix, Dr. Mayer-Hermann, 1926

Mayer-Hermann," NeueSachlichkeit, or New Objectivity had its roots in German realism, pioneered by artists such as Otto Dix and George Grosz.

Kurt Schütze (German 1902-1971), Mädchenbildnis, oil/canvas, 1928. Collection Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Germany.

Kurt Schütze (German 1902-1971), Mädchenbildnis, oil/canvas, 1928. Collection Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden, Germany.

Rudolf Schlichter (or Rudolph Schlichter) (1890 - 1955) was a German artist and one of the most important representatives of the Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity) movement. When Adolf Hitler took power, bringing to an end the Weimar period, his activities were greatly curtailed. His works were seized as degenerate art, and in 1939 the Nazi authorities banned him from exhibiting. His studio was destroyed by Allied bombs in 1942.

Rudolf Schlichter (German, Jeunesse dorée watercolour, wash and pencil on paper, 61 x cm.

Foto Karl Hubbuch, Karl und Hilde Hubbuch vor dem Spiegel, nach 1927

Karl and Hilda Hubbuch front of the mirror / Karl and Hilda Hubbuch with rolling pin and hair dryer 1927

"Street Girls" - 1928 - Karl Hubbuch.

Karl Hubbuch 21 November 1891 26 December 1979 was a German painter printmaker and draftsman associated with the New Objectivity Hubbuch was born in Ka

Rudolf Schlichter (German, 1890 - 1955) - Speedy, 1938watercolour and gouache on paper

Rudolf Schlichter (German, 1890 - - Speedy, 1938 watercolour and gouache on paper

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