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Die Neue Sachlichkeit

Germany, 1918 – 1933

Die Neue Sachlichkeit (The New Objectivity) is an Expressionist movement founded in Germany in the aftermath of World War I by Otto Dix and George Grosz. It is characterized by a realistic style combined with a cynical, socially critical philosophical stance. Other artists associated with the movement included Max Beckmann and Christian Schad.


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4 Galleries
       Beckmann, Max [German, 1884-1950] (10 Images)
       Dix, Otto [German, 1891-1969] (9 Images)
       Grosz, George [German, 1893-1959] (2 Images)
       Miscellaneous Die Neue Sachlichkeit Art (No Images or Galleries Found)
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