THE GERMAN ARTISTS BETWEEN THE WARS, PART ONE
OTTO DIX

In the period between World War I and World War II, Otto Dix dedicated his art to demonstrating with frank brutality the cost of war. While George Grosz leveled his attacks on self-satisfied bureaucrats, Dix concentrated on those who had borne the brunt of the Great War – the wounded and maimed veterans and the women lost to prostitution.

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