An out of print and rare book exploring the life and work of the artist, Otto Dix
Now recognised as one of Germany's most important 20th-century painters, Dix, along with George Grosz, developed the New Objective style of depicting modern life.
This volume, published for a full retrospective exhibition at the Tate Gallery during 1992, includes 130 works (180 illustrations, 134 in colour) in addition to essays covering Dix's achievements as well as many aspects of the political and social climate in Germany.
- Author: Keith Hartley
- Paperback: 230 pages | 134 colour illustrations
- Date published: 1992
- Language: English
- ISBN: 978-1854370938
- Condition: Used - Very good. Some minor signs of shelf wear and a small crease on back cover