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W18 Gell - GERMAN 232 - German Comics and Graphic Novels

Albrecht Dürer
Betrayal of Christ, Plate 3 from the engraved Passion
1508
engraving | paper
Bequest of the Estate of David Caldwell Leedy
2005/2.13
Albrecht Dürer
Bearing the Cross, Plate 10 from the engraved Passion
1512
engraving | paper
Bequest of the Estate of David Caldwell Leedy
2005/2.14
This woodcut print is vertically oriented. The upper half of the piece is celestial with an angel standing on a cloud blowing a trumpet. Men on fire-breathing beasts exit from the clouds. At the very top center, a white-bearded figure, shown from the torso to the head, holds four trumpets. Rays emanate from his head to form a halo, and he is framed in a half circle. Directly below him is an altar with vines on the sides and four child-faces spitting water out. The upper right corner features an angel blowing a trumpet and the upper left features a smiling angel with hands clasped in prayer. The lower half of the print is terrestrial and depicts a chaotic battle scene. Four angels with wings and swords attack a crowd of men, including a pope, a bishop and a king, as well as commoners. These figures are all crowded into the foreground with contorted postures. There is a city on a hill visible in the distance. The center bottom has Dürer’s signature of letter "D" contained within a letter &q
Albrecht Dürer
The Four Avenging Angels from the 'Apocalypse'
1496 – 1498
woodcut | laid paper
Gift of the Friends of the Museum of Art in honor of Bret Waller
1980/1.214
Gerhard Marcks
Almtanz (Alpine Dance)
1926
woodcut | paper
Gift of Jean Paul Slusser
1968/2.80
Gerhard Marcks
Noah and the Dove
20th century
woodcut | paper
Gift of Jean Paul Slusser
1960/2.156
George Grosz
Religion of the Sword
1924 – 1927
ink | paper
Gift of Helmut Stern
1991/2.76
A group of laborers, wearing hats and jackets, walks from viewer's right to left along a street littered with garbage. The two in the front carry shovels. In the background is an industrial landscape, dirty and in disrepair.
George Grosz
Ants (Ameisen), from "In the Shadows" ("Im Schatten")
1920
photolithograph | paper
Gift of Jean Paul Slusser
1948/1.22
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
In Prison
1918
ink | wove paper
Gift of Herbert Barrows
2000/2.224
Max Beckmann
Hunger. No. 4 from the Series of Ten Prints, 'Die Hölle' (Hell).
1919
lithograph | paper
Museum Purchase
1949/1.184
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's body, while the woman holds the childs head. The man's face is turned towards the left, while the woman'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's arm hangs limp. A crowd of children is gathered in the background, looking at the three main figures.
Käthe Kollwitz
Child Run Over
1910
softground etching | paper
Museum Purchase
1949/2.59
This title sheet from Pechstein's "The Lord's Prayer" portfolio has the title of the series in large letters and an attribution to Pechstein at the bottom. Beneath the word "Vater," a man leans over a table, his hands folded in prayer. Two other praying men in profile bracket the word "Unser" near the bottom. All three wear plain, long-sleeved blue shirts.
Max Pechstein
The Lord's Prayer, sheet 1 (Das Vaterunser)
1921
woodcut with hand-coloring | paper
Museum Purchase
1948/1.423
A large central figure represents God towers seen in the radiating rays of light and clouds that surround him.. On the forehead of his blocky, totemic head is a third eye. His left arm crosses over his middle and holds fire. His right hand extends down to the lower right corner as reaching down. The words "Vater Unser" are at the very top; "Der Du Bist" across God's waistline; "im Himmel" along the bottom.
Max Pechstein
The Lord's Prayer, sheet 2 - Our Father Who Art in Heaven (Das Vaterunser - Vater Unser Der Du bist im Himmel)
1921
woodcut with hand-coloring | paper
Museum Purchase
1948/1.424

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