Otto Dix: Portrait of the Dancer Anita Berber, 1925. Oil and tempera on plywood. Loan of the Landesbank Baden-Wurtemburg to the Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart.

Otto Dix: Portrait of the Dancer Anita Berber, 1925. Oil and tempera on plywood. Loan of the Landesbank Baden-Wurtemburg to the Kunstmuseum, Stuttgart.

Otto Dix: Selbstportrait  One of my favorite portraits. Procrastinating my essay on Otto Dix by pining his artwork. Well done.

Otto Dix: Selbstportrait One of my favorite portraits. Procrastinating my essay on Otto Dix by pining his artwork. Well done.

Stormtroops advancing under a gas attack [Sturmtruppe geht unter Gas vor] : The scene is other worldly as gas clouds the atmosphere. Their features are obscured by masks and their fingers are curled like claws. These are men who will kill by any means. But are they men? Publisher: From Der Krieg; #12 National Gallery of Austrailia Canberra

Stormtroops advancing under a gas attack [Sturmtruppe geht unter Gas vor] : The scene is other worldly as gas clouds the atmosphere. Their features are obscured by masks and their fingers are curled like claws. These are men who will kill by any means. But are they men? Publisher: From Der Krieg; #12 National Gallery of Austrailia Canberra

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.

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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.

Otto Dix painted The Seven Deadly Sins in 1933. It is an allegorical painting that represented Germany's political situation at the time, and was painted immediately after the Nazis had Dix removed from his teaching position at the Dresden Art Academy.

Otto Dix painted The Seven Deadly Sins in 1933. It is an allegorical painting that represented Germany's political situation at the time, and was painted immediately after the Nazis had Dix removed from his teaching position at the Dresden Art Academy.

Invalides -Otto Dix

Invalides -Otto Dix

Otto Dix - Woman with Red Hair (1931)

Otto Dix - Woman with Red Hair (1931)

Otto Dix (German, 1891–1969) "Night over the City", 1913. Communicates a sense of doom.

Otto Dix (German, 1891–1969) "Night over the City", 1913. Communicates a sense of doom.

A mirror. Representing that I'm a product of what I am seeing and that the problem is the man in the mirror, it isn't 'out there'. Also to represent I need to face my demons, myself.

A mirror. Representing that I'm a product of what I am seeing and that the problem is the man in the mirror, it isn't 'out there'. Also to represent I need to face my demons, myself.

Otto Dix

Otto Dix

equinoxes:    german-expressionists:    Otto Dix about 1919/20 at a masked ball

equinoxes: german-expressionists: Otto Dix about 1919/20 at a masked ball

amare-habeo:  Otto Dix   (German, 1891 - 1969)  The Insane, 1925 tempera on panel, 120,4 x 61,5 cm

amare-habeo: Otto Dix (German, 1891 - 1969) The Insane, 1925 tempera on panel, 120,4 x 61,5 cm

Otto Dix  Vanitas (Youth and Old Age)  1932

Otto Dix Vanitas (Youth and Old Age) 1932

Otto Dix, Leonie, 1923 by kraftgenie, via Flickr

Otto Dix, Leonie, 1923 by kraftgenie, via Flickr

Otto Dix, Weimar Berlin, 1928

Otto Dix, Weimar Berlin, 1928

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