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"Madness is method" pinselten the Nazis in 1937 on the wall of that room in the exhibition, in which they showed five paintings by Johannes Molzahn. The Diffarmierung his works tired verließt born Duisburg soon after Germany, went into exile in America and returned in 1959 back.

"Madness is method" pinselten the Nazis in 1937 on the wall of that room in the exhibition, in which they showed five paintings by Johannes Molzahn. The Diffarmierung his works tired verließt born Duisburg soon after Germany, went into exile in America and returned in 1959 back.

Third Reich sculpture 'girl with blue hair' by E Hoffmann at the exhibition degenerate art at the Hofgarten in Munich 1937 Photographer...

Third Reich sculpture 'girl with blue hair' by E Hoffmann at the exhibition degenerate art at the Hofgarten in Munich 1937 Photographer...

Adolf Ziegler speaking at the opening of the Nazicurated traveling exhibition 'Degenerate Art' at the Hofgarten Munich Germany 1937 Photographer...

Adolf Ziegler speaking at the opening of the Nazicurated traveling exhibition 'Degenerate Art' at the Hofgarten Munich Germany 1937 Photographer...

Adolf Ziegler speaking at the opening of the Nazicurated traveling exhibition 'Degenerate Art' at the Hofgarten Munich Germany 1937 Photographer...

Adolf Ziegler speaking at the opening of the Nazicurated traveling exhibition 'Degenerate Art' at the Hofgarten Munich Germany 1937 Photographer...

Frankfurt Oder, Germany. 24th Oct, 2013. The etching 'The Match Seller' from 1920 by Otto Dix (1891-1969) in the exhibition 'Degenerate Art' at the Museum Junge Kunst in Frankfurt Oder, Germany, 24 October 2013. In 1937, the Nazis held an art exhibition in Munich of what they considered to be 'degenerate art.' The museum is showing a portion of these works from 27 October 2013 until 26 January 2013. Photo: PATRICK PLEUL/dpa/Alamy Live News - Stock Image

Frankfurt Oder, Germany. 24th Oct, 2013. The etching 'The Match Seller' from 1920 by Otto Dix (1891-1969) in the exhibition 'Degenerate Art' at the Museum Junge Kunst in Frankfurt Oder, Germany, 24 October 2013. In 1937, the Nazis held an art exhibition in Munich of what they considered to be 'degenerate art.' The museum is showing a portion of these works from 27 October 2013 until 26 January 2013. Photo: PATRICK PLEUL/dpa/Alamy Live News - Stock Image

Opening of the exhibition 'Degenerate Art' in Berlin, 1938 - Stock Image

Opening of the exhibition 'Degenerate Art' in Berlin, 1938 - Stock Image

Max Beckmann (German, 1884–1950), 1917, Descent from the Cross, Oil on canvas. This painting was made a part of  Entartete Kunst, the Nazi’s 1937 exhibition  “degenerate” avant-garde art, Munich.

Max Beckmann: Descent from the Cross MOMA: “Max Beckmann’s Kreuzabnahme (Descent from the cross) presents an unflinching look at bodily suffering—a timely topic in the midst of a seemingly.

Tower of Blue Horses (lost) - Franz Marc, 1913  Art Experience NYC: www.artexperiencenyc.com

Tower of Blue Horses (lost) - Franz Marc, 1913 Art Experience NYC…

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