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Otto Dix

Old Woman at the Café, 1920

Etching on heavy off-white wove paper.
9 3/4 × 7 3/8 in
24.8 × 18.7 cm
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Galerie St. Etienne
New York
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One of 10 proofs before the edition of 20 impressions published in the portfolio "Etchings I: …

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One of 10 proofs before the edition of 20 impressions published in the portfolio "Etchings I: 6 Drypoints."

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Signed, lower right; inscribed "Kaltnadel 10/10 I" (drypoint 10/10 I), lower left, and titled, lower left margin.
Otto Dix
German, 1891–1969
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In his Expressionist prints and paintings, Otto Dix immortalized the unprecedented horrors of World …

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In his Expressionist prints and paintings, Otto Dix immortalized the unprecedented horrors of World War I and its crippling aftereffects on life in Berlin. Anguish radiates from Dix’s desolate landscapes of military trenches filled with barely distinguishable, decaying human remains, the legacy of the first …

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Galerie St. Etienne
New York
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One of 10 proofs before the edition of 20 impressions published in the portfolio "Etchings I: …

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One of 10 proofs before the edition of 20 impressions published in the portfolio "Etchings I: 6 Drypoints."

Signature
Signed, lower right; inscribed "Kaltnadel 10/10 I" (drypoint 10/10 I), lower left, and titled, lower left margin.
Otto Dix
German, 1891–1969
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In his Expressionist prints and paintings, Otto Dix immortalized the unprecedented horrors of World …

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In his Expressionist prints and paintings, Otto Dix immortalized the unprecedented horrors of World War I and its crippling aftereffects on life in Berlin. Anguish radiates from Dix’s desolate landscapes of military trenches filled with barely distinguishable, decaying human remains, the legacy of the first …

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Otto Dix

Old Woman at the Café, 1920

Etching on heavy off-white wove paper.
9 3/4 × 7 3/8 in
24.8 × 18.7 cm
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location
New York
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