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George Grosz, the artist in his society

Author: Uwe M Schneede; George Grosz
Publisher: Woodbury, N.Y. : Barron's, ©1985.
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"In his trenchant, inimitable style, George Grosz (1893-1959) skewered the German establishment during the turbulent period between World War I and the Third Reich. Decadence, corruption, greed and violence are the recurring themes in this fascinating selection of 100 drawings and paintings. The text follows Grosz through his extraordinary career and offers an intriguing look at the vanished world of the Berlin  Read more...
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Schneede, Uwe M.
George Grosz, the artist in his society.
Woodbury, N.Y. : Barron's, ©1985
(OCoLC)649450533
Named Person: George Grosz; George Grosz
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Uwe M Schneede; George Grosz
ISBN: 0812021843 9780812021844
OCLC Number: 7976871
Description: 217 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 19 cm
Contents: From childhood through 1913 --
War (1914-18) --
Art and revolution (1918-23) --
Consolidation and contradiction (1924-32) --
Emigration (1933-59).
Other Titles: George Grosz.
Responsibility: by Uwe M. Schneede ; translated by Robert and Rita Kimber.

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"In his trenchant, inimitable style, George Grosz (1893-1959) skewered the German establishment during the turbulent period between World War I and the Third Reich. Decadence, corruption, greed and violence are the recurring themes in this fascinating selection of 100 drawings and paintings. The text follows Grosz through his extraordinary career and offers an intriguing look at the vanished world of the Berlin avant-garde."--Cover.

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