Match Seller by Otto Dix Etching, 1920. Artist proof. "one of a series called 5 Radierungen (5 Etchings), which show groups of disabled ex-soldiers, often with devastating injuries or psychological damage. Dix forces us to confront the blind match-seller’s bleak existence on the streets; his arms and legs lost in the war and his presence ignored by passers-by. A dachshund urinates gleefully on the stumps of the unfortunate man’s legs, underlining his woeful state."