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Otto Dix

Verlassene Stellung bei Neuville, 1924

Etching and drypoint on paper
7 7/10 × 5 7/10 in
19.6 × 14.5 cm
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Charles Nodrum Gallery
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A superb impression with rich burr and subtle plate-tone, the darker areas with velvety blacks. On …

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A superb impression with rich burr and subtle plate-tone, the darker areas with velvety blacks. On firm, chamois wove paper. Plate 11 of the portfolio 'Radierwerk VI "Der Krieg"', 50 etchings, printed by Otto Felsing, published 1924 by Verlag Karl Nierendorf, Berlin, in an edition of 70.

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Signed in pencil 'Dix' l.r. numbered 62/70 l.l. and inscribed 'I' l.c.
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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A superb impression with rich burr and subtle plate-tone, the darker areas with velvety blacks. On …

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A superb impression with rich burr and subtle plate-tone, the darker areas with velvety blacks. On firm, chamois wove paper. Plate 11 of the portfolio 'Radierwerk VI "Der Krieg"', 50 etchings, printed by Otto Felsing, published 1924 by Verlag Karl Nierendorf, Berlin, in an edition of 70.

Signature
Signed in pencil 'Dix' l.r. numbered 62/70 l.l. and inscribed 'I' l.c.
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

Verlassene Stellung bei Neuville, 1924

Etching and drypoint on paper
7 7/10 × 5 7/10 in
19.6 × 14.5 cm
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location
Richmond
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