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BERTONATI Emilio
Neue Sachlichkeit in Deutschland
Hardcover, dj, large 4to, 98 pp., 60 illustrations in col., bibliography. Text in German. Note LT: Most paintings show desillusion, famine, deformation of bodies and faces, pain, sollitude, hollowness and despair. This state of mind was the foundation for left communist and right nazi politics. Meidner (Revolution 1913), Felixmüller (Selbstmord des Dichters Walter Rheiner - 1925), Grosz (Begräbnis), Schlichter (Margot - 1924), Otto Dix (1891-1969) (Schlächter - 1929), Dix (Frau mit Kind - 1921), Otto Dix (Schützengraben in Flandern), Karl Günther (Kleinbürger am Radio - 1927), Querner, Hans Grundig, Hubbuch, Wladimir Zabotin (Cabaret), Otto Griebel (Die Internationale, 1928-1930) shows massification of the German people and their destroyed personality, Gustav Wunderwald, Erwin Merz, Karl Völker (Zement - 1923) shows the cold industrial landscape, Anton Räderscheidt, Carl Grossberg shows oil tanks but calls his work 'Tanks', Grossberg paints 'Fertighaus' suggesting the possible disposal or 'Umwechslung' of the inhabitants, Wilhelm Lachnit (Der traurige Frühling - 1933) paints a woman with a thorn crown, Radziwill (Freundinnen - 1929), Radziwill (Sonntag im Dorf - 1928) shows peasants in a quiet scene but airplanes in the sky are the disturbing factor, Schnarrenberger (Mädchen mit Zigarette - 1928), Christian Schad (Porträt Ludwig Bäumer - 1927), Albert Heinrich (Mädchen im Sessel - 1925-1927), Stöcklin (Rheinische Gasse - 1917), Wilhelm Heise, Herbert Ploberger, Grethe Jürgens (Frisierpuppen - 1927).
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