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F13 Marquardt - GERMAN 232 - Introduction to German Film

Art related to the film M (Lang, 1931)

Erich Heckel<br><em>Before the Mirror</em><br>1920<br>lithograph | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1950/1.169
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff<br><em>Die Sonne, No. 3 from the series 10 Holzschnitte...</em><br>1914<br>woodcut | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1965/2.73
In the foreground, a man and a woman carry a child as they move to the left of the page. The man carries the child&#39;s body, while the woman holds the childs head. The man&#39;s face is turned towards the left, while the woman&#39;s head is bowed toward the child. The man and woman are dressed in dark clothes, while the child is shown in white. The child&#39;s arm hangs limp. A crowd of children is gathered in the background, looking at the three main figures.
Käthe Kollwitz<br><em>Child Run Over</em><br>1910<br>softground etching | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1949/2.59
Christian Rohlfs<br><em>Juggler</em><br>1849 - 1938<br>color woodcut | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1951/2.62
A man clothed in pants, shoes, and a long-sleeved shirt sits at a small table with his hands folded. Part of a loaf of bread sits on the upper left corner of the table. The man is in a small room with a small, square, barred window high on the wall behind him. There is a toilet without a lid behind him to his left.
George Grosz<br><em>In Prison</em><br>1918<br>ink | wove paper<br>Gift of Herbert Barrows<br>2000/2.224
In front, a woman wearing a hat depicted in profile faces to the left with three male figures behind her, one of which, depicted in profile and facing to the right, has the top of his head cut off; the background is comprised of architectural and figural fragments.
George Grosz<br><em>Streetscene (Strassenszene)</em><br>1919 - 1920<br>lithograph | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1948/1.60
George Grosz<br><em>The Hero (Der Held)</em><br>1933<br>lithograph | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1935.20
George Grosz<br><em>City Neighborhood, from Kleine Grosz Mappe</em><br>1915 - 1916<br>lithograph | cream colored wove paper<br>Gift of the Estate of Helen B. Hall<br>1996/1.41
George Grosz<br><em>A Dream</em><br>1914<br>pen, ink and wash | off-white laid paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1970/1.188
5 men sitting, in various states of watching. 1 man in first &quot;row,&quot; in hat, facing left with arms crossed. In 2nd row, three men - (l) head in hands, legs crossed; (c) man in suit and hat, looking at viewer, hand in groin; (r) slumped figure in hat and suit, spectacles, covers groin, looks at ground. 1 man in last row, in hat, looks to the left.
George Grosz<br><em>The Onlookers (Die Zuschauer)</em><br>1915 - 1916<br>ink | wove paper<br>Gift of the Ernst Pulgram and Frances McSparran Collection<br>2007/2.120
Pen and ink drawing of nude woman, presumably dead or in the act of dying, stretched between floor and chair, with a man bending over her head and torso. In interior domestic space.
George Grosz<br><em>A Murder</em><br>1912 - 1913<br>pen and ink with watercolor | wove paper<br>Gift of the Ernst Pulgram and Frances McSparran Collection<br>2007/2.110
Max Beckmann<br><em>Figures; 'Gesellschaft'</em><br>1915<br>drypoint | paper<br>Museum Purchase<br>1951/2.63

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