Book Description

George Grosz (1893-1959) was at the forefront of German Expressionism, Dadaism, & New Objectivity in the years before Hitler's rise to power in 1833. Also, as a founding member of the German Communist Party in 1918 Grosz also became the Party's leading & most notorious artist. McCloskey explores for the first time Grosz's changing involvement with the Party and provides a vivid history of the relationship between vanguard art & revolutionary politics during the years of the Weimar Republic.
Author Barbara McCloskey
Date 1997
Binding Black boards with silver titles on the spine
Publisher Princeton University Press
Illustrator Black/white photographs & numerous drawings/sketches by George Grosz
Condition VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper
Pages 258

Price: £28.00

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