George Grosz (1893-1959) was a German painter, important member of the Dada movement as well as of the New Objectivity. Grosz and Raoul Hausmann organised the first International Dada Fair in Berlin.
He practiced grotesque exaggeration to show the condition of the post-war world. He borrowed from futurists and Dadaists a feverish representation of cities.
Anti-Nazi, Grosz left Germany for New York City in 1932, until 1955.
In 1959, he chose to return to Berlin.
He is considered to be one of the most important artists of the first half of the 20th century.
This beautiful engraving is characteristic of the work of Grosz, where he recreates the atmosphere of the German city after 1914. Dating from before the WWII - his best period - it is in perfect condition.
- George Grosz
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- 26×36 cm
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