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The Sleepers of Fort Vaux (Gas Victims) <br /><i>Die Schlafenden von Fort Vaux (Gas-Tote)</i>

Found while digging a trench - Auberive. Der Krieg #29 by Otto Dix.

Otto Dix, Der Krieg (The War) – 1924

Found while digging a trench - Auberive By Otto Dix Der Krieg; / National Gallery of Austrailia

Otto Dix: Moving Company 1924

Otto Dix: Moving Company 1924

Art of the apocalypse: Otto Dix's hellish first world war visions – in pictures

Der Krieg Dead man in the mud (Toter im Schlamm) Mud defined a soldier's experience on the Western Front. He marched in it, slept in it, fought in it and often died in it. For the artist it offered rich textures which Dix captured nicely with aquatint.

Der Krieg (1924) 01- Soldatengrab zwischen den Linien (Tombe de soldat entre les tranchées)

Otto Dix, Der Krieg (The War) – 1924

Soldier's grave between the lines (Der Krieg 1924

Otto Dix

Otto Dix Otto Dix was born in Untermhaus, Germany In 1910 he became a student at the Dresden School of Arts and Crafts, a.

Buried Alive - Otto Dix

Buried alive - January Champagne - Soldiers react in horror as the earth collapses around them. In the instant before they are swallowed, Dix depicts them not as they are but as they will become. Their faces are reduced to depictions of skulls.

Craters

Crater field near Dontrien lit up by flares (Der Krieg 1924

Otto Dix - Corpse in Barbed Wire (Flanders), from Der Krieg portfolio. 1924

Otto Dix (Germany Corpse in barbed wire, Flanders; Plate: 11 x 9 in. Robert Gore Rifkind Ctr for German Expressionist Studies @ LACMA

Dying soldier. Der Krieg #26 by Otto Dix.

Otto Dix, Der Krieg (The War) – 1924

Otto Dix - Dying Soldier = The artillery of modern warfare brings a whole new battleground. This is what industrialization has brought mankind; an effective destruction of the human body.

Evening on the Wijtschaete Plain, Nov 1917. Der Krieg #27 by Otto Dix.

Otto Dix, Der Krieg (The War) – 1924

Abend in der Wijtschaete-Ebene (Nov. Evening on the Wijtschaete Plain - Nov 1917

Otto Dix, Herbstliche Landschaft, 1944

Otto Dix, Herbstliche Landschaft, 1944

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Otto Dix, Der Krieg (The War) – 1924

image: Otto Dix 'Verwundeter (Herbst Bapaume) [Wounded soldier - Autumn Bapaume]' etching, aquatint, Collection of the National Gallery of Australia, The Poynton Bequest 2003

'The Trench', 1923, Otto Dix

"Trench Warfare," Otto Dix, 1932 Born in Untermhaus , Germany in 1891 to a father who was an iron worker and a mother who was a .

Otto Dix, Der Zerschossene

Shot to Pieces Zerschossene

Stormtroopers Advancing Under Gas by Otto Dix. Etching, 1924. "This is Plate 12 from the series of 50 entitled War, published by Karl Nierendorf in 1924. War is Dix’s best-known printed work, in which he depicted the horror of WWI as he had experienced it. Dix had made over 600 drawings while serving as a front-line gunner. While less disturbing than some of the other subjects, this plate presents a chilling image of violence, death and the depersonalisation of war."

Otto Dix, <i>Storm Troops Advance under Gas Attack</i>

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