George Grosz (July 26, 1893 – July 6, 1959) was a German artist known especially for his caricatural drawings of Berlin life in the 1920s.
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So late to the game on listening to Death Grips. haven't felt so sick and happy bout art since learning bout HR Gei…
George Grosz's letter to his wife upon arriving in "fresh huge healthy America" for the first time (June 3rd, 1932)
Yes, we have been living in the Weimar Republic.
Entrance of the Subway Station at 5th Avenue and the Flatiron Building. 1932 Photo by George Grosz.
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He's a man is more interested in a boring plays. -George Grosz
George Grosz-German 1920's great master of illustration & caricature
George Grosz-"Suicide" 1916- commentary on the butchery of War, decadence, greed & corruption Germany
A painting by German artist George Grosz: "Metropolis, Berlin" (1916-1917). Oil on canvas
No apologies necessary...until they are. Watch this classic clip from 2002's 'Curious George Goes to War' ➜…
After four pigs tearing up the society. George Grosz's Pillars of Society
Interesting (and apt?) apocalyptic landscape by George Grosz, 1936.
The bourgeoisie and the petty bourgeoisie have armed themselves agains...
George Grosz: Swamp Flower: Arguably one of the best satirists of capitalism and social excess...
Probing Then... Jan Lewitt, George Grosz. One from an illustrated book of thirty-six lithograph, printed
GEORGE GROSZ - watercolor on original paper of 10's - german expressionism
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The LNP. "Big Plan" : "Let those swim who can, the heavy may sink" ;George Grosz.:
Looks like George Grosz was a time traveller, cuz he depicted HRC's foreign policy. Eclipse of the Sun (1926):
More great George Grosz pictures. Dorothy Price on George Grosz 4 November in art lectures http…
George Grosz's dada drawings show how the first world war upended art
Photogram for the All Union Spartakiada Sporting Event. Robert Rauschenberg, George Grosz. Ink and color with lithograph, printed in black
Painter Max Beckmann was born on this day in 1884. George Grosz said he had “the personality of a paperweight.”
““Peace was declared, but not all of us were drunk with joy or stricken blind.”” - George Grosz
I think the mercenary point is that if they had an article about Dirtbag George Grosz nobody would click on it
on this evidence, a DayGlo George Grosz...
Aging mellows you. As I get older, people look less like Ralph Steadman drawings & more like George Grosz paintings.
Tuesday Trivia: Ever see George Grosz's (1893-1959) most famous painting, Eclipse of the Sun, at the Heckscher...
He is George Grosz. In my dream he was drawing a lady who was floating in the water.
Mira Schendel, Ana Mendieta, the Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Van Gogh, George Grosz – it can only be
Artnews. LONDON.- A dark and emotional work by the German master George Grosz is to be offered in the...
Dark cautionary 'Tale' by George Grosz, painted in the U.S., to be sold in Bonhams sale
George Grosz on and it is now really popular - take a look!
“You can’t be indifferent about your position in this activity, about your attitude towards the problem of the masses.” - George Grosz
A painting by Georg Grosz is prevented from leaving Germany. Patrimonial imperatives or a belated response to the... http…
INSANITY! Crazy German Courts are doing it AGAIN! George Grosz work forbidden to lea…
INSANITY! Look at what the German Courts are doing AGAIN! George Grosz work Forbidd…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Georges Seurat & Otto Dix! Georges Seurat (2 December 1859 – 29 March 1891) is noted for devising the painting techniques known as chromoluminarism and pointillism. His large-scale work, "A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte" (1884–1886), altered the direction of modern art by initiating Neo-impressionism, and is one of the icons of late 19th-century painting. Wilhelm Heinrich Otto Dix (2 December 1891 – 25 July 1969) was a German painter and printmaker, noted for his ruthless and harshly realistic depictions of Weimar society and the brutality of war. Along with George Grosz, he is widely considered one of the most important artists of the Neue Sachlichkeit.
A fun brain teaser for the kids, courtesy of George Grosz :) Happy quizzing!
Just introduced to George Grosz, very cool!
George Grosz couldn't have done a better job.
The George Grosz drawing of Jesus, crucified, wearing a gas mask and combat boots, and captioned Shut up and carry out your orders. ...
Extremely fed up I can't attend Dot Price's lecture on George Grosz tonight because still housebound. Fascinating artist
George Grosz "Fit for active duty", also the disability pension requirements
Coming up next week: John Lahr on Tennessee Williams; George Grosz; poets of the Somme; Boualem Sansal; Joanna Bourke
Photo: moma: George Grosz, born today in 1893, was primarily known for his caustic caricatures. In somewhat...
George Grosz - 'Grotesque Humanity' at Highgate Gallery in London via
Masks Week: George Grosz as Dada Death in Berlin, 1918. Worn to protest war. Via
Reading the Newspaper on the Train - George Grosz
That moment of pleasure when you realise that the artist you're researching is currently being exhibited in London:
The Toads of Property George Grosz relevant to the age of austerity
Great Autumn Art Lecture last night with Sarah LeFanu on Rose Macauley. Next week Dr Dorothy Price on George Grosz
George Grosz, born today in 1893, captured his friend Max Herrmann-Neisse in this portrait. htt…
Visualizing life in Berlin during the Weimar Republic: The Shock and Awe of George Grosz
This is a game to keep art alive. Post a comment, and I'll give you an artist. It doesn't matter if you don't know them, just search for them, and post your favourite work by them, along with this text. Steve Dempsey gave me Otto Dix, the German painter whose works depict some of the worst aspects of the Weimar Republic society. Harsh and brutal, his images show an extremely unflattering view of the era and the preceding war. For a gaming angle, together with George Grosz he was one of the inspirations for my long Cthulhu in Weimar campaign. Also, check out these "Stormtroops".
Dadaism was anti-art, social movement that sprang up in 1916. Its birthplace was Switzerland, a haven for anti-war sentiment, but the influence of Dada quickly spread throughout New York, Berlin, Zurich, Barcelona, Cologne, and Paris. The Dada moverment concentrated on tearing down the current standards in perception of art, modern aesthetics in culture, and society's value systems. Dadaism was a rebellion against producing the horrors of war. In a sense, the movement was a protest against all of what Western society and culture had become up the point at that time. Dadaism materialized in various forms throughout the early 20th century, most particularly in manifestos written by individual Dadaist camps throughout the world's major cities. Most notable is the Dadaist Manifestos written by Tristan Tzara, Franz Jung, George Grosz, Marcel Janco, Richard Huelsenbeck, Gerhard Preis, and Raoul Hausman in Paris in April, 1918. This particular manifesto sums up the movement in an almost nonsensical manner. ** ...
Heinrich Maria Davringhausen (October 21, 1894 – December 13, 1970) was a German painter associated with the New Objectivity. Davringhausen was born in Aachen. Mostly self-taught as a painter, he began as a sculptor, studying briefly at the Düsseldorf Academy of Arts before participating in a group exhibition at Alfred Flechtheim's gallery in 1914. He also traveled to Ascona with his friend the painter Carlo Mense that year. At this early stage his paintings were influenced by the expressionists, especially August Macke. Exempted from military service in World War I, he lived in Berlin from 1915 to 1918, forming friendships with George Grosz and John Heartfield. In 1919 he had a solo exhibition at Hans Goltz' Galerie Neue Kunst in Munich, and exhibited in the first "Young Rhineland" exhibition in Düsseldorf. Davringhausen became a member of the "Novembergruppe" and gained some prominence among the artists representing a new tendency in German art of the postwar period. He was asked to take part in ...
Let's talk ART. Next weekend, I am going to see the Toulouse Laetrec exhibition at the Australian National Gallery. I think the first time I got interested in art was as a teenager in 1988 when I sometimes used to sneak away from my boarding school and hike down to the Gallery to look at the Warhols and Lichtensteins. I liked Pop Art. I think Warhol was a bit of a *** though, in his personal relationships. In my late teens I discovered I liked the French Impressionists - Monet, Manet, Renoir and Cezanne. I discovered the German Expressionists, George Grosz and the apocalyptic renderings of Otto Dix. I like the Australian Modernists - Albert Tucker, Sydney Nolan, Russell Drysdale. As a self taught art afficionado I am not sure where Picasso fits, but I like some of his stuff. Ditto Salvador Dali. I have a copy of his amazing painting "Christ of St John of the Cross" on my wall at home. The A4 sized print does not do justice to the two story sized painting on display at the Museum of Religeon in ...
Romare Bearden was best known as an Illustrator and Painter. He was born on September 02, 1911 and died on March 12, 1988. Before he was a renowned artist, Romare Bearden was also a talented baseball player. He was recruited by the Philadelphia Athletics on the pretext that he would agree to pass as white. He turned down the offer, instead choosing to work on his art. Romare Bearden is considered one of the most important American artists of the 20th century. Born in North Carolina, he landed in New York City and studied with George Grosz. His early paintings were realistic with religous themes. Later, his works depict aspects of family culture in a semiabstract collage and Cubist style. He was also a songwriter and designed sets for the Alvin Ailey Company.
The canonical work of Constructivism was Vladimir Tatlin's proposal for the Monument to the Third International (1919) which combined a machine aesthetic with dynamic components celebrating technology such as searchlights and projection screens. Gabo publicly criticized Tatlin's design saying Either create functional houses and bridges or create pure art, not both. This had already caused a major controversy in the Moscow group in 1920 when Gabo and Pevsner's Realistic Manifesto asserted a spiritual core for the movement. This was opposed to the utilitarian and adaptable version of Constructivism held by Tatlin and Rodchenko. Tatlin's work was immediately hailed by artists in Germany as a revolution in art: a 1920 photograph shows George Grosz and John Heartfield holding a placard saying 'Art is Dead – Long Live Tatlin's Machine Art', while the designs for the tower were published in Bruno Taut's magazine Fruhlicht. Tatlin's tower started a period of exchange of ideas between Moscow and Berlin, somethin ...
amazing Kubrick exhibit at LACMA, extensive Surrealist drawing survey and Carravagio and his copycatters, one painting of Jesus about to strike with a rope three characters that look like Al pacino, Val Kilmer and Cindy Sherman and many bearded men's heads on platters and loopy sculptures by Ken Price and Mapplethorpe's that gave me a complex and that grand George Grosz portrait of a gaunt man with cool shoes all for twenty bucks, small bag ofFritos $1.75, chale passed. In the patio a quartet of aging male artists discussing ailments and their next big break, there for the grace of God
Metropolis by George Grosz 1927, I believe. Captures the vitality/craziness of Jazz Age Berlin.
Robert Shuster refers to Ahmed Alsoudani as 'the George Grosz of the modern era'
In 1952 George Grosz, the expatriate German dadaist and satirist, was invited to Dallas by Leon Harris, Jr., the young vice president of the Harris and Company department store. Harris had commissioned Grosz to create a series of paintings illustrating the landscape, economy, and society of Dallas f...
A couple of rare treats are in store this week at the Dallas Museum of Art. Marty Grosz, a jazz rhythm guitarist and son of artist George Grosz, will join DMA curator Heather McDonald for a discussion of the elder Grosz's works and exhibit
We join the Dallas Museum of Art for a special series of films shot in Dallas to celebrate the museum's Flower of the Prairie: George Grosz in Dallas exhibition. From studio classics to modern independents, documentaries to sci-fi tales, the series presents Dallas from many different viewpoint
Our six week summer film series with the Dallas Film Society celebrating the George Grosz exhibition kicks off Thursday with “Bonnie & Clyde”. For the full list of films visit:
George Grosz and Rene Magritte have successfully been added to my list of obsessions.
George Grosz, Esq.: Drawings for Esquire Magazine: Catalogue to accompany the exhibition "George Grosz, Esq." at...
ARTnews has won the Society of the Silurians 2012 Excellence in Journalism Arts/Culture/Magazines Award for its article “MoMA’s Problematic Provenances,” by William D. Cohan, which appeared in the December 2011 issue. After a six-month investigation, Cohan found conflict and ambiguity in the history of three paintings by George Grosz at the Museum of Modern Art and in the history of the museum. Cohan wrote that the museum houses artworks with questionable provenances, many of which were seized by the Nazis from German museums, from art dealers, or from artists themselves before finding their way into MoMA’s collection. Cohan embedded the Grosz paintings in a saga of massive art theft and displacement. He related how the paintings were stolen from a Jewish art dealer in 1933 and how they were dispersed and eventually, after passing through many hands, purchased for MoMA by its founding director, Alfred H. Barr Jr. The story revolved around Barr and his friend, the émigré art dealer Curt Valentin, ...
Ecce *** drawings, including 16 in full color, by master satirist and accomplished draftsman George Grosz (189...
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