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Otto Dix (German [Expressionism, Neue Sachlichkeit] Portrait of the Journalist Sylvia von Harden, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris. Art And Illustration, Art Dégénéré, Centre Pompidou Paris, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Degenerate Art, Otto Dix, Oeuvre D'art, Art History

Pinturas de Otto Dix!

Otto Dix! Otto Dix (Gera, 2 de Dezembro 1891 — Singen, 25 de Julho 1969) foi um pintor expressionista alemão. Veterano da Primeira Guerra Mundial, a sua obra é dominada pela temática antibélica. Pi…

Speedy, the Artist’s Wife Rudolf Schlichter - No dates listed Private collection Painting - watercolor Height: cm in.), Width: 55 cm i Famous Artists, New Artists, George Grosz, Degenerate Art, Berlin, Collaborative Art, Watercolor Portraits, Vintage Artwork, Sculpture

FUCK YEAH EXPRESSIONISM

pmikos: “Speedy, the Artist’s Wife Rudolf Schlichter - No dates listed Private collection Painting - watercolor Height: 73.5 cm (28.94 in.), Width: 55 cm (21.65 i ”

Exhibition: ‘New Objectivity: Modern German Art in the Weimar Republic, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Ludwig Meidner, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, George Grosz, New Objectivity, Degenerate Art, Figurative Kunst, Art Academy, Art Graphique

Meeting of Fetishists and Manic Flagellants, 1923 by Rudolf Schlichter (German 1890 - 1955)

The Rooftop Studio, Rudolf Schlichter Over the past number of years, as I've delved into the lives and times of literally thousan. New Objectivity, Degenerate Art, Expressionist Artists, Berlin, Erotic Art, Figurative Art, Contemporary Art, Germany, Graffiti

Rudolf Schlichter

The Rooftop Studio, 1922, Rudolf Schlichter Over the past number of years, as I've delved into the lives and times of literally thousan...

Die Neue Sachlichkeit (The New Objectivity) was a pseudo-Expressionist movement founded in Germany in the aftermath of World War I by Otto Dix Wassily Kandinsky, Art Dégénéré, George Grosz, New Objectivity, Degenerate Art, Frida Art, Political Art, Harlem Renaissance, Art History

Otto Dix | The Skat Players - Card Playing War Invalids (1920) | Artsy

From Art Resource, Otto Dix, The Skat Players - Card Playing War Invalids (1920), Oil and collage on canvas, 110 × 87 cm

Otto Dix To Beauty (An die Schönheit) 1922 Oil and collage on canvas 54 x 47 in. x Exhibition: ‘New Objectivity: Modern German Art in the Weimar Republic, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) Art Dégénéré, Karl Schmidt Rottluff, George Grosz, New Objectivity, Degenerate Art, Art Moderne, Kandinsky, Cabaret, Dresden

Otto Dix | To Beauty (An die Schönheit) (1922) | Artsy

From Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Otto Dix, To Beauty (An die Schönheit) (1922), Oil and collage on canvas, 54 15/16 × 47 7/16 in

Rudolf Schlichter (or Rudolph Schlichter) (December 6, 1890 - May 3, 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. Ernst Kirchner, Karl Hofer, Ludwig Meidner, Gottfried Helnwein, Hans Thoma, George Grosz, New Objectivity, Degenerate Art, Modern Artwork

Rudolf Schlichter (or Rudolph Schlichter) (December 6, 1890 - May 3, 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.

Kurt Seligmann was a Swiss-American Surrealist painter and engraver. He was known for his fantastic imagery of medieval troubadors and knights in macabre rituals and inspired by the carnival held annually in his native Basel, Switzerland. Pop Surrealism, Science Art, Fantastic Art, Dark Art, Art Blog, Impressionism, Les Oeuvres, Printmaking, Oil On Canvas

Kurt Seligmann's Initiation Rites

Illustration and book art with a literary bent. Focus on international illustrated books and Surrealism.

Rudolf Schlichter, The Rooftop Studio, 1922 History Of Modern Art, New Objectivity, Max Beckmann, Spirited Art, Point Of Purchase, Vintage Artwork, Studio, Figurative Art, Art Boards

Rudolf Schlichter, The Rooftop Studio, 1922

More about Rudolf Schlichter in my "Weimar" blog: weimarart.blogspot.com/2010/07/rudolf-schlichter.html

A surrealist-style painting by German artist, Rudolf Schlichter. Dangerous Minds, Salvador Dali, Ernst Von Salomon, Renaissance, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, George Grosz, New Objectivity, Degenerate Art

Kunst + Film: Rudolf Schlichter – Eros und Apokalypse

Der deutsche Dalì: Rudolf Schlichter lebte als Bohemien im Rotlichtmilieu, wurde in den 1920er Jahren mit neusachlichen Porträts bekannt und verstieg sich später zu Splatter-Surrealismus. Zwei Museen rekonstruieren anschaulich seine Zickzack-Laufbahn.

Magic Realism: Art in Weimar Germany Magic Realism, Realism Art, Degenerate Art, Figurative Kunst, Berlin, Sad Art, Vintage Artwork, Portrait Art, Portraits

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Dorothea Tanning and Max Ernst fell in love while playing chess. After they had met at a party Max Ernst passed by her studio and was enchanted by her works Max Ernst, Peggy Guggenheim, Dorothea Tanning, Philadelphia Museum Of Art, Philadelphia Pa, Surreal Art, American Artists, Painting & Drawing, Art History

Philadelphia Museum of Art

This 1942 painting by Surrealist Dorothea Tanning was given the title “Birthday” by an artist who would later become her husband. Do you know who he is? “The Surrealists: Works from the Collection” on...

Rudolf and 'Speedy' Schlichter - Weimar artist . - Once upon a time . the Feminine Louise Brooks, King Painting, Woman Painting, Art Dégénéré, New Objectivity, Contemporary History, Expressionist Artists, Ecole Art, Paul Cezanne

Rudolf Schlichter (German, 1890-1955), Speedy (Speedy with hat), 1936. Pencil drawing, coloured, on cardboard, 65.3 x 49.8 cm.