Grosz (Hardback)

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George Grosz (1893-1959) was a German fine artist, cartoonist, and teacher who drew from pop culture, was active in the Dada and New Objectivist movements, and was an influence for artists like Ben Shahn. Here, his biography is beautifully executed Lars Fiske. Symbolically, Fiske uses two colours - red for Berlin, and green for New York, where Grosz would flee from Nazi Germany. Fis…
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George Grosz (1893-1959) was a German fine artist, cartoonist, and teacher who drew from pop culture, was active in the Dada and New Objectivist movements, and was an influence for artists like Ben Shahn. Here, his biography is beautifully executed Lars Fiske. Symbolically, Fiske uses two colours – red for Berlin, and green for New York, where Grosz would flee from Nazi Germany. Fiske’s thoughtful Grosz is a far cry from the plodding pedantry of the graphic hagiographies that earnestly clutter library shelves; it’s a work of art in its own right.