3 edition of Otto Dix, 1891-1969 found in the catalog.
Otto Dix, 1891-1969
|Statement||Eva Karcher ; edited by Ingo F. Walther.|
|Contributions||Dix, Otto, 1891-1969., Walther, Ingo F.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||256 p. :|
|Number of Pages||256|
Feb 06, · Otto Dix () Angres Price realised. Estimate. Follow lot. Otto Dix () Angres signed, dated and inscribed 'Angres DIX 16' (lower a richly illuminated royal prayer book. This 19th-century book from Ottoman Turkey, offered in London on 24 October, was commissioned by one of the few known women patrons of the Islamic world. Upon the outbreak of World War I, German artist Otto Dix (–) volunteered for the German army and was assigned to a field artillery regiment. After seeing some of the bloodiest fighting of the war, Dix embraced radical leftist and pacifist views. His artwork became increasingly political.
Jun 20, · Otto Dix () Fetischisten gewidmet signed, dated and numbered 'Dix 23/' (lower right) watercolour, silver paint, brush and black ink, pen and ink and and pencil on paper 19¾ x 13½ in. ( x cm.) Executed in Wilhelm Heinrich Otto Dix was a German painter and printmaker. Noted for his ruthless and harshly realistic depictions of Weimar society and of the brutality of war, he, along with George Grosz, is widely considered one of the most important artists of the Neue Sachlichkeit/5.
Otto Dix's wartime self-portraits, / Dietrich Schubert "Painting, a medium of cool execution": Otto Dix and Lustmord / Olaf Peters Daemonic power of satire / Ernst Kállai Otto Dix / Willi Wolfradt The Charleston and the prosthetic leg: Otto Dix and the art of the balancing act / Karsten Müller Otto Dix's philosophical metropolis. Otto Dix, OEuvre der Gemalde (German Edition) by Fritz Loffler and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at runrevlive.com
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Otto Dix, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Wilhelm Heinrich Otto Dix was a German painter and printmaker. Noted for his ruthless and harshly realistic depictions of Weimar society and of the brutality of war, /5(4). Apr 15, · Otto Dix () was a leading artist of the German Expressionist movement.
He saw service in the German army during the entire course Otto Dix World War One. His horrific experiences in the trenches of the Western and Eastern fronts had an immense influence on his psyche and his art/5(7). Jun 24, · Otto Dix, His life and works [Eva Karcher] on runrevlive.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(5).
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Otto Dix was born in Untermhaus, Germany, now a part of the city of Gera, Thuringia. The eldest son of Franz Dix, an iron foundry worker, and Louise, a seamstress who had written poetry in her youth, he was exposed to art from an early runrevlive.com: 25 July (aged 77), Singen.
Sep 13, · “The Neue Sachlichkeit: I invented it.” Thus Otto Dix (–), looking back with characteristic directness, chose to rewrite the development of the art movement that can be considered the “third path”--alongside Abstraction and Expressionism--taken by progressive artists in the modern era.5/5(2).
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Jun 22, · Otto Dix () Selbstbildnis (Bilderbuch Muggeli Bl. 1) It was Dix and Martha's love of dancing that had brought them together, and on the title page of the book, Dix has drawn a self-portrait in the guise of his night-club dancing alter-ego Jimmy the Shimmy - a hard-hitting, cigarette-smoking, dandy-esque figure dressed in American.
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Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. OTTO DIX: By Sarah O'brien Twohig *Excellent Condition*. The War (German: "Der Krieg"), sometimes known as the Dresden War Triptych, is a large oil painting by Otto Dix on four wooden panels, a triptych with runrevlive.com format of the work and its composition are based on religious triptychs of the Renaissance, like those by Matthias runrevlive.com was begun in and completed inand has been held by the Galerie Neue Meister in Dresden since.
Otto Dix’s most popular book is Against War. Books by Otto Dix. Otto Dix Average rating · 37 ratings · 5 reviews · shelved times Showing 22 distinct works. sort by. Bellum: Two Statements on the Nature of War: An Essay on War by.
Erasmus, Otto Dix Otto Dix, by. The War (German: Der Krieg) is a series of 50 drypoint and aquatint etchings by German artist Otto Dix, catalogued by Florian Karsch as K to K The prints were published in Berlin in by Karl Nierendorf , in an edition which included separate high quality folio prints, and a lower-quality version with 24 prints bound together.
It is often compared to Francisco Goya's series of Feb 02, · Otto Dix () Schwangeres Weib signed and dated 'DIX ' (lower right) oil on canvas 53¼ x 28½ in.
( x cm.) Painted in Otto Dix (, German) was a German Expressionist painter and printmaker who believed that sex was the most important driving force for all men, and that men and women were in constant conflict. Many of his paintings and prints are based on the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra, in which the sexes are locked in eternal battle.
Dix’s works are dark and portray. Now recognized as one of Germany's most important 20th-century painters, Dix, along with George Grosz, developed the New Objective style of depicting modern life i.e., stripped of superficial appearances and revealing shocking truths which he applied in particular to.
Otto Dix, by Hartley, K. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at runrevlive.com. Otto Dix zum Geburtstag: Zeichnungen, Pastelle, Aquarelle, Kartons, Druckgraphik, Glasfenster aus Eigenen Beständen Dix, Otto, Bitter Witness is an intensive, factual study of Otto Dix’s war-related art.
It is the first book to place Dix’s etching cycle, Der Krieg, alongside numerous paintings and drawings in the perspective of his war experience on two fronts from mid to ’s finale. It includes a full history of the war, the Weimar Republic’s socio-political upheavals, and the Nazi years, following Cited by: 5.Picture book by German painter Otto Dix on display for the first time A picture book featuring 14 watercolours, painted by Otto Dix in for his five-year-old stepdaughter Hana Koch, is on.