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Ecce homo

Author: George Grosz; Henry Miller
Publisher: New York : Grove Press, Inc., [1966]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A book of drawing by the famed German political satirist.
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Named Person: George Grosz; George Grosz
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Grosz; Henry Miller
OCLC Number: 1158281
Notes: "First edition ... published in 1923"--Title page verso.
Includes half-title page.
Description: xiv pages, 100 plates (16 color) : illustrations (some color) ; 33 cm
Contents: Drawings. Friedrichstrasse, 1918 --
Family, 1916 --
Youth remembered, 1922 --
Grim man, 1918 --
Greetings from Saxony, 1920 --
Marseilles, 1919 --
Beauty parade on Motzstrasse, 1918 --
Well-bred people, 1920 --
Disrobing, 1921 --
Baroom cronies, studies, 1919 --
The visit, 1920 --
Murder, 1916 --
The bereaved, 1921 --
At home, 1922 --
Character study, 1921 --
Rapture, 1922 --
Engagement, 1922 --
The burgher's world, 1920 --
The rising generation, 1922 --
Louise, 1919 --
The hypochondriac Otto Schmalhausen, 1921 --
Separe, 1922 --
The men responsible, 1920 --
The possessed forester's assistant, 1918 --
Melancholy, 1915 --
Spring awakening, 1922 --
Hard times, 1919 --
Promenade, 1922. Landlord, 1919 --
Chicken in the basket, 1921 --
The power of music, 1922 --
Sex murder on Ackerstrasse, 1916 --
High finance, 1922 --
At night, 1919 --
The absolute monarchist, 1918 --
Cosy chat, 1922 --
Deep in thought, 1920 --
Aenne, 1921 --
Interieur, 1915 --
Dr. Huelsenbeck near the end, 1920 --
Cafe, 1916 --
Rudi S., , 1921 --
Day of Teutons, 1921 --
Dr. S. and wife, 1921 --
Evening rush hour, 1920 --
Dedicated to Franz Jung, 1917 --
Hometown figures, 1920 --
The daughter of the councilor, 1921 --
Apartment house four stories up, 1916 --
Acrobats, 1915 --
Eva, 1918 --
The good old student days, 1922 --
Study, 1922 --
Ledebour, 1919 --
Fit for Garrison duty, 1920 --
Before tea, 1922 --
Dissimilar pair, 1922 --
Apaches, 1916 --
Man of honor, 1921 --
In memory of Richard Wagner, 1921 --
Genre scene, 1922 --
Esplande, 1921 --
Domestic scene, 1915. Near the limit, 1920 --
Stomach disorder, 1921 --
Sharks, 1921 --
Alone, 1922 --
Cross section, 1920 --
Quarrel, 1921 --
Serenade, 1922 --
German men, 1922 --
Youth, 1920 --
Suburb, 1917 --
Trio, 1919 --
Silver wedding anniversary, 1922 --
Crisis, 1922 --
Lovers' tryst, 1921 --
Sunday morning, 1922 --
Dr. Benn's night cafe, 1918 --
Heads, 1921 --
Day off, 1921 --
Athlete, 1922 --
The end, 1917 --
The Lord's prayer, 1921. Watercolors. Passers-by, 1921 --
Whisky, 1917 --
Beauty, thee I praise, 1920 --
Ecce Homo, 1921 --
Daddy and Mommy, 1922 --
Confinement, 1916 --
Strength and grace, 1922 --
The white-slave trader, 1918 --
Soiree, 1922 --
Midsummer night, 1918 --
Dedicated to Professor Freud, 1922 --
Man is good, 1921 --
Waltz dream, 1921 --
Oh, crazy world, you blissful cabinet of freaks, 1916 --
Before sunrise, 1922 --
Dusk, 1922.
Responsibility: by George Grosz ; introduction by Henry Miller.
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