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George Grosz–MoMA Thievery

George Grosz, The Poet Max Hermann-Neisse Just as I’m exploring the work of George Grosz this article appears in the New York Times. Once every blue moon or so their Arts and Entertainment section actually covers the work of a … Continue reading

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George Grosz–The Painter of the Hole

I’m not certain of the exact dates that Grosz began making his “the painter of the hole” paintings but it was no doubt not just tied to his experiences watching German civilization evaporate in madness only to wind up in … Continue reading

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George Grosz

I’ve lately been reading George Grosz’s 1946 autobiography, A Little Yes and a Big NO. At the end he makes a wonderful statement of life in the studio that describes what is the heart of painting: I have lots of … Continue reading

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