German Expressionism, 1915-1925: The Second Generation by Stephanie Barron, Los Angeles County Museum of Art

By Stephanie Barron, Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Seems on the improvement of the Expressionist circulate, profiles prime artists, and exhibits examples of work, prints, and sculpture

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8/9 (Berlin, 1920-21), p. ; Kliemarm, Novembergruppe, pp. 61-64. 38 Kliemann, Novembergruppe, p. 63. 39 Georg Tappert gave a telling account of the situation from his own point of view in a letter to Franz Pfemiert of November 20, 1918, written while the recollection of a meeting of the "Workers' Council of the Spirit" was still fresh in his mind: wish you had been there, in a way, because the mood of the gathering would have shown you how right I have been about this all along. S. [Independent Social Democrats], these people want nothing to do with you, or with us, and even the proletarian neckband does nothing to win us their confidence or comprehension.

In 19 1 8 Beckmann returned, shattered by his ex- periences as a medic, to find misery and chaos in Berlin. In his monumental canvas Die Nacht (The Night; p. 43) and in the portfolio Die Holle Fig. 6, (Hell; Figs. 7-8, 30 Conrad Felixmuller, Opfer der Not/Fiir das Hilfsweik der IAH (Victim of Privation/For the Relief OrganiFig. zation of the lAH), 1924 (Cat. 57) 2,9 Stephanie Bairon 30 Fig. 31 p. 44), Walter Jacob, Das fiingste Gehcht [TheLastJudgment], 1920 (Cat. no) also prostitutes, 1 919, he depicts disabled veterans, beggars, The organization reported and tern.

P. 55. p. , p. 56. 34 Exhibition catalogue Aibeitsiat fiir Kunst Berhn 1918-1921 (Akademie der Kiinste, Berlin, 1980). 35 Adolf Behne, draft of a press statement, on the back of a letter to Hans Poelzig dated June 4, 1 92 1 in Arbeitsrat, p. 11 4. , 36 Kliemann, Novembergruppe, p. 64. 37 "Offener Brief der Opposition der Novembergruppe," Der Gegner 2, nos. 8/9 (Berlin, 1920-21), p. ; Kliemarm, Novembergruppe, pp. 61-64. 38 Kliemann, Novembergruppe, p. 63. 39 Georg Tappert gave a telling account of the situation from his own point of view in a letter to Franz Pfemiert of November 20, 1918, written while the recollection of a meeting of the "Workers' Council of the Spirit" was still fresh in his mind: wish you had been there, in a way, because the mood of the gathering would have shown you how right I have been about this all along.

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