Wilhelm Heinrich Otto Dix was a German painter and printmaker, noted for his
ruthless and harshly realistic depictions of Weimar society and the brutality of war
An online catalog of his work including a biography and an extensive collection
of art by the German Expressionist.
Artworks and analysis: Otto Dix painted nudes, prostitutes, and often savagely
satirical portraits of celebrities from Germany's intellectual circles. His work ...
Painter, printmaker, watercolorist. Known especially for his caustic portraits of
postwar German society. Studied in Dresden from 1910 to 1914, where he ...
Otto Dix, Portrait of the Lawyer Dr. Fritz Glaser, 1921. Oil on canvas 105.9 x 78.75
... Otto Dix, The Businessman Max Roesberg, Dresden, 1922. Oil on canvas
Otto Dix. Wilhelm Heinrich Otto Dix. Otto Dix. Self-Portrait with Easel - Otto Dix.
Born: 02 December 1891; Gera, Germany. Died: 25 July 1969; Singen, Germany.
May 14, 2014 ... In 1914 Otto Dix joined the German army as a fierce patriot; two years later he
was mowing down British soldiers at the Somme. Yet few artists ...
Otto Dix. German, 1891-1969. Watercolor and gouache on Japanese wove paper
20-5/8 x 14-1/4 in. (52.4 x 36.2 cm) Norton Simon Museum, The Blue Four ...
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Otto Dix was born in 1891 in Untermhaus, Thuringia, the son of an ironworker. He
initially trained in Gera and at the Dresden School of Arts and Crafts as a ...