Arts Art History Artists G Grosz, George
Born Georg Ehrenfried Gross he later changed his name to George Grosz (1893-1956), German satirical, expressionist painter and founder member of the Dada movement.

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Artcyclopedia: George Grosz
Links to media and other resources relevant to this artist.
Berlin: The City as a Body
Biography towards the German Dadaist caricaturist and painter.
David Nolan New York
Artist's gallery and biography.
The Drawing of George Grosz
Review and interpretation on some of his drawings.
The Engineer Heartfield, George Grosz (1920)
Review of the painting by Jonathan Jones, The Guardian, Saturday April 27, 2002.
George Grosz at The Heckscher Museum of Art
Brief biography along with a collection of his artworks.
George Grosz: Art and Politics in the Weimar Republic
Extensive biography from a political point of view. Reviewed by Maggie Jaffe.
The Grave of George Grosz (1893 - 1959)
Location and pictures of his grave.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Analysis on Grosz's masterpiece 'Berlin Street' explaining his connection to Dadaism.
MoMA Collection: George Grosz
Offers a slideshow gallery including a comprehensive biography.
Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza
Grosz's biography in English as in Spanish along with a gallery.
National Gallery of Art - Juan Gris
List of drawings and prints.
Peggy Guggenheim Collection - George Grosz
Biography of the artist including an image on one of his works 'Toilette', 1927.
Pillars of Society (1926)
Review of the painting by Mark Vallen.
Tate Collection: George Grosz
Background information on three of his artworks such as 'Suicide' and 'A Married Couple'.
Tate ETC: George Grosz
Extensive biography regarding the German artist written by Mario Vargas Llosa.
The Weimar Republic: The Fragility of Democracy
A collection of documents and excerpts relating to the artist and his stance on the Weimar Republic.
Wikipedia: George Grosz
Biography with quotes and references.

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