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Otto Dix was a German artist, painter and print maker. His depictions of mechanized warfare and post-war Berlin continue to shape our impressions of the Great War and Weimar society. Along with George Grosz, Dix was one of the more important figures in New Objectivity. This is his painting, "The Skat Players" which showcases the grotesque disformities caused by WWI.

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George Grosz (1893 Berlin - 1959 Berlin), Spaziergänger. (Um 1930.) "Watercolor and pen drawing in brown. Signed lower right. Titled on verso by a hand other than that of the artist. On firm wove paper by PM Fabriano (with watermark). 60 x 47,7 cm (23,6 x 18,7 in), size of sheet. The work depicts the artist, his wife and her sister." [attribution from]

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