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Elvira Bach

Elvira Bach (born 22 June 1951 in Neuenhain, Germany) ,Beinarbeit 2006

Otto Dix et le retable d'Issenheim, au Musée Unterlinden de Colmar

Artworks of Otto Dix (German, 1891 - from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide.

The best thing hanging in the Montreal Fine Arts Museum.

The best thing hanging in the Montreal Fine Arts Museum.

Адольф Гитлер и Герман Геринг смотрят на картину, скорее всего, в 1937 году, когда в Мюнхене в здании галереи парка Хофгартен нацистами была открыта выставка "Дегенеративное искусство". На ней было представлено около 650 произведений художников, чье творчество не вписывалось в генеральную линию нацистской партии в области искусства. Это были классики модерна, а также авторы еврейского происхождения и коммунистических убеждений. Среди отвергнутых художников были, в частности, Отто Дикс...

Real Monuments Men: 3 of 15 This photo was taken in Berlin and shows Hermann Goering and Adolph Hitler examining a painting at what is probably the exhibit "Entartete Kunst" (Degenerate Art) put together by the Nazi Party intending …

Elvira Bach

Elvira Bach (born 22 June 1951 in Neuenhain, Germany) ,Beinarbeit 2006

yama-bato:    Untitled (Cathedral)   WOLS [+]  circa 1945-1946

Untitled (Cathedral) Artist: Wols Completion Date: 1945 Style: Art Informel Genre: figurative painting

Adolf Hitler visiting the “Dada Wall” in the Entartete Kunst Exhibition. The exhibit was designed as a horror show of modern art, which the Nazis believed was unhealthy because non-representational, abstract, and cosmopolitan. The pictures, including paintings by Marc Chagall, Otto Dix, Georg Grosz, Wassily Kandinsky, and Paul Klee, were hung to produce a chaotic, dizzying effect.

Adolf Hitler visiting the “Dada Wall” in the Entartete Kunst Exhibition. The exhibit was designed as a horror show of modern art, which the Nazis believed was unhealthy because non-representational, abstract, and cosmopolitan. The pictures, including paintings by Marc Chagall, Otto Dix, Georg Grosz, Wassily Kandinsky, and Paul Klee, were hung to produce a chaotic, dizzying effect.

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