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Otto Dix - Dedicated to Sadists, 1922 Recommended by RAFO, Galleria Morcote & swissartgroup

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Portrait of the Journalist Sylvia von Harden, 1926, by Otto Dix. Dix was a German Expressionist whose work reflects the political unrest of his time and a perversion that is only trumped by Egon Schiele.

Portrait of the dancer Anita Berber, 1925, Otto Dix

Self-Portrait - Otto Dix This is so odd, I love it. Without the flower i think he would look much more villainous.

Dix was profoundly affected by the sights of the war, and would later describe a recurring nightmare in which he crawled through destroyed houses. He represented his traumatic experiences in many subsequent works, including a portfolio of fifty etchings called War, published in 1924.

Self-Portrait with Wanderhut - Otto Dix

Otto Dix | Portfolio cover | The War (Der Krieg) | 1924 | Portfolio of fifty etching, aquatint, and drypoints

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Otto Dix, George Grosz, and Weimar Berlin

Otto Dix, Goodbye to Hamburg, 1921.

Otto Dix, Woman with Red Hair, 1931// I find this to be so striking.