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The 1000++ Artworks of topic Symbols and containing the word george grosz, oil on canvas, dadaism, symbols, winter, arts, germany, 1925

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George Grosz - The AgitatorThe AgitatorGeorge Grosz

The Agitator is representing Adolph Hitler. The castle in the top left hand corner represents the old Imperial Germany and the drum is for marches. The 'big boot' means he will crush any opposing threats to him. The turkey represents good times ahead, but the gravy and wine are blood red meaning tha...

 
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George Grosz - The Pillars of SocietyThe Pillars of SocietyGeorge Grosz

It is a deeply sarcastic portrait of the German elite classes who supported Fascism. Like many of his paintings of this era it satirized what he believed was the corrupt and bourgeois society of Germany. In this painting Grosz uses his skills as a caricaturist to produce vivid, grotesque, nightma...

Staatliche Museen zu Berlin (Berlin, Germany)
 
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George Grosz - The Eclipse of the SunThe Eclipse of the SunGeorge Grosz

Eclipse of the Sun presents a scathing critique of the military industrial complex that controlled Weimar Germany where power and greed reigned supreme. Bureaucrats, who are literally 'mindless,' attend to the corrupt dealings of the corpulent industrialist and the President of the Reich, Paul von H...

Heckscher Museum (Huntington, United States)
 
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George Grosz - Cain or Hitler in HellCain or Hitler in HellGeorge Grosz

Grosz packed up his righteous indignation and fled Nazi Germany in 1932 for the shores of America, where he became a United States citizen in 1938. Grosz’ Cain, or Hitler in Hell (above) from 1944 places the dictator in the devil’s den, surrounded by the skeletal dead at his feet and clearly feeling...

David Nolan (New York, United States)
 
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George Grosz - The CityThe CityGeorge Grosz

The City (1916–17) was the first of his many paintings of the modern urban scene

 
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Giuseppe Arcimboldo - The LibrarianThe LibrarianGiuseppe Arcimboldo

The Librarian is an oil on canvas painting by Giuseppe Arcimboldo in the collection of Skokloster Castle in Sweden. It is thought to be a portrait of Wolfgang Lazius, a humanist and historian who served Holy Roman Emperors of the House of Habsburg. Arcimboldo became official portraitist to Emperor M...

Skoklosters Slott (Sweden)
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Umberto Boccioni - Three WomenThree WomenUmberto Boccioni

Three Women, which portrays Umberto Boccioni's mother and sister, and longtime lover Ines at center, was cited as expressing great emotion - strength, melancholy and love.

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Giorgio De Chirico - The Child-s BrainThe Child's BrainGiorgio De Chirico

The surrealists were greatly influenced by Sigmund Freud’s theories of sexuality. In his writings on the ‘Oedipus complex’, Freud argued that rivalries between sons and fathers for the attention of the mother could lead to feelings of confusion, shame and guilt about sex in adult life. The Freudian ...

Moderna Museum (Stockholm, Sweden)