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George Grosz George Grosz - Biography

Like no other artist, George Grosz is regarded as the most relentless chronicler of his days, particularly of World War I and the Weimar Republic. His powerful Verist paintings and graphic works show socio-critical subjects, the observer is confronted with war cripples, beggars or ruthless politicians.
Rooted in the Berlin Dada movement, George Grosz's first approaches to New Obectivity took place in the 1920s, the artist began to take on its stylistic principles, such as the objective depiction of the subject, the dark coloring and the closed contours. In 1933 George Grosz migrated to the USA, as he was defamed by the National Socialists as "degenerate".
Among the numerous honors that George Grosz received for his fascinating artistic oeuvre are the "Carol H. Beck Medal", the retrospective in the New York Whitney Museum of American Art in 1954 while the artist was still alive, as well as numerous exhibitions organized up into the present time.



 
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