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"Quappi in Blue," from 1926, is one of the six Max Beckmann paintings in question.

"Quappi in Blue," from 1926, is one of the six Max Beckmann paintings in question.

Max Beckmann, Das Nizza in Frankfurt am Main. 1921, Oil on canvas, 100.5 x 65 cm, Kunstmuseum Basel, mit einem Sonderkredit der Basler Regierung erworben, 1939. This painting was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

Max Beckmann, Das Nizza in Frankfurt am Main. 1921, Oil on canvas, 100.5 x 65 cm, Kunstmuseum Basel, mit einem Sonderkredit der Basler Regierung erworben, 1939. This painting was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

Max Beckmann's Departure  Forced to resign his teaching post after the Nazis came to power Beckmann moved to Berlin. Eventually landing in the United States Beckmann called the center panel The Homecoming   and said of it "The Queen carries the greatest treasureFreedomas her child in her lap. Freedom is the one thing that mattersit is the departure the new start." Publication excerpt from The Museum of Modern Art MoMA Highlights New York: The Museum of Modern Art revised 2004 originally…

Max Beckmann's Departure Forced to resign his teaching post after the Nazis came to power Beckmann moved to Berlin. Eventually landing in the United States Beckmann called the center panel The Homecoming and said of it "The Queen carries the greatest treasureFreedomas her child in her lap. Freedom is the one thing that mattersit is the departure the new start." Publication excerpt from The Museum of Modern Art MoMA Highlights New York: The Museum of Modern Art revised 2004 originally…

Famous artist Max Beckmann lived in Berlin as a young artist, between 1904 and 1914, and again between 1933 and 1937, only emigrating to Amsterdam when the Nazis seized power. During his Frankfurt years, between 1915 and 1933, he often travelled to Berlin and was part of its Art Scene, which he helped to form.  This is the first time that Max Beckmann’s work has been examined in relation to Berlin, and its significance for his art. This catalogue represents the latest research into Beckmann…

Famous artist Max Beckmann lived in Berlin as a young artist, between 1904 and 1914, and again between 1933 and 1937, only emigrating to Amsterdam when the Nazis seized power. During his Frankfurt years, between 1915 and 1933, he often travelled to Berlin and was part of its Art Scene, which he helped to form. This is the first time that Max Beckmann’s work has been examined in relation to Berlin, and its significance for his art. This catalogue represents the latest research into Beckmann…

In the years following Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, the Nazis removed over 20,000 artworks from its once progressive state-owned museums. Today marks the 80th anniversary of the defamatory show “Degenerate Art,” held in Munich in 1937 to “educate” the public on the “art of decay.” The exhibition proclaimed that modern art concepts, such as abstraction, were the result of genetic inferiority and society’s moral decline. Some of the works were later destroyed; others found new homes in museum…

In the years following Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, the Nazis removed over 20,000 artworks from its once progressive state-owned museums. Today marks the 80th anniversary of the defamatory show “Degenerate Art,” held in Munich in 1937 to “educate” the public on the “art of decay.” The exhibition proclaimed that modern art concepts, such as abstraction, were the result of genetic inferiority and society’s moral decline. Some of the works were later destroyed; others found new homes in museum…

Painting by Max Beckmann (1884‑1950), 1920, Carnival Fastnacht, Tate. (Several of his works were included in the 1937 Degenerate Art show by the Nazis.)

Painting by Max Beckmann (1884‑1950), 1920, Carnival Fastnacht, Tate. (Several of his works were included in the 1937 Degenerate Art show by the Nazis.)

The War Cripples by Otto Dix (1920) -- By 1920, Dix was associated with the Berlin Dadaists. This one avoided official controversy although it clearly blamed the military for butchering a generation. When Hitler rose to power, Dix was forbidden to exhibit his work but Nazis were under no such restriction. In 1933, this painting was siezed and displayed in the Nazi's Degenerate Art exhibition. It was captioned, "Slander against the German Heroes of the World War."

The War Cripples by Otto Dix (1920) -- By 1920, Dix was associated with the Berlin Dadaists. This one avoided official controversy although it clearly blamed the military for butchering a generation. When Hitler rose to power, Dix was forbidden to exhibit his work but Nazis were under no such restriction. In 1933, this painting was siezed and displayed in the Nazi's Degenerate Art exhibition. It was captioned, "Slander against the German Heroes of the World War."

Max Beckmann, Selbstbildnis. Stuttgart Kunstammlg 3,000. This painting was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

Max Beckmann, Selbstbildnis. Stuttgart Kunstammlg 3,000. This painting was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

Max Beckmann,  Der Strand. Galerie Frankfurt. This drawing was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

Max Beckmann, Der Strand. Galerie Frankfurt. This drawing was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art exhibition in Munich in 1937.

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