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Otto Dix
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Bitter Witness: Otto Dix and the Great War
(German Life and Civilization, Vol 27)


Dix
(Eva Karcher)


Otto Dix Der Krieg/ the War
(Annette Becker)
The cycle of 50 etchings that German Expressionist Otto Dix created in 1924 are reproduced in this volume and reflect the antimilitarism and hatred for war that Dix expressed after his service in World War I. Dix's work is distinguished by its treatment of war subject matter, emerging in images of destruction, disfigurement, and maiming of the human body that offer an apocalyptic vision of the world. An introduction to biographical details including Dix's participation in the Great War and the evolution of his artistic vision is provided.

Otto Dix: 1891-1969
(Keith Hartley (Editor), Sarah O'Brien Twohig )


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