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W18 Gaggio - HISTORY 216 - War and Society in the Twentieth Century: World War I (paper study room)

At the center of the page, there is an abstracted image with dark curved lines and crosshatching. Thick dashed lines reach out from the left side of the image towards the top and bottom of the work. The artist signature is in the stone (l.r.) "Boccioni".
Umberto Boccioni
Schnelligkeit
lithograph on paper
11 5/8 in x 15 1/8 in (29.5 cm x 38.4 cm);22 in x 18 in (55.88 cm x 45.72 cm)
Museum Purchase
Three-quarter profile view of a woman’s face
Käthe Kollwitz
Self-portrait
lithograph on paper
21 3/4 x 14.9 in. (55.25 x 37.94 cm);22 1/8 x 28 1/8 in. (56.2 x 71.44 cm);9 x 11 1/2 in. (22.86 x 29.21 cm)
Bequest of Jean Paul Slusser
Käthe Kollwitz
'Bauernkrieg' (Peasant War Cycle). Losbruch (Outbreak)
aquatint and etching on paper
22 1/16 in x 28 11/16 in (56.04 cm x 72.87 cm);27 15/16 in x 32 ⅛ in (70.96 cm x 81.6 cm)
Museum Purchase
George Grosz
A Dream
pen, ink and wash on off-white laid paper
8 11/16 in x 11 ¼ in (22.07 cm x 28.58 cm);14 ⅜ in x 19 ⅜ in (36.51 cm x 49.21 cm);7 9/16 in x 9 ⅛ in (19.21 cm x 23.18 cm)
Museum Purchase
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
ink on wove paper
18 13/16 in x 12 3/8 in (47.78 cm x 31.43 cm);24 in x 17 1/2 in (60.96 cm x 44.45 cm)
Gift of Herbert Barrows
George Grosz
Religion of the Sword
ink on paper
25 5/16 in x 19 13/16 in (64.29 cm x 50.32 cm);30 in x 24 3/4 in (76.2 cm x 62.87 cm)
Gift of Helmut Stern
This woodcut print of an abstracted landscape is done in green, red, yellow, blue, and black. An architectural form appears on the left and an archer on horseback appears in the lower right corner.  
Wassily Kandinsky
The Archer
woodblock on paper
6 1/2 in x 6 in (16.5 cm x 15.2 cm);12 3/16 in x 9 1/2 in (30.9 cm x 24.1 cm);19 5/16 in x 14 5/16 in (49 cm x 36.3 cm)
Museum purchase
Christian Rohlfs
Juggler
color woodcut on paper
14 5/8 in. x 17 7/16 in. ( 37.1 cm x 44.3 cm )
Museum Purchase
Max Beckmann
Hunger. No. 4 from the Series of Ten Prints, 'Die Hölle' (Hell).
lithograph on paper
33 ⅞ in x 24 7/16 in (86.04 cm x 62.07 cm);32 1/16 in x 26 1/16 in (81.44 cm x 66.2 cm);27 15/16 in x 26 in (70.96 cm x 66.04 cm);24 ¾ in x 19 ½ in (62.87 cm x 49.53 cm)
Museum Purchase
Erich Heckel
Before the Mirror
lithograph on paper
19 3/8 x 15 1/4 in. (49.2 x 38.6 cm);22 x 28 3/16 in. (55.88 x 71.44 cm);23 5/16 x 18 1/4 in. (59.2 x 46.2 cm)
Museum Purchase
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)
woodcut with hand-coloring on paper
23 ½ in x 16 ¼ in (59.69 cm x 41.28 cm);28 ⅛ in x 22 in (71.44 cm x 55.88 cm)
Museum Purchase
Four men in plain, dark clothing sit, with hands folded in prayer, around a rectangular table, in the center of which is a fish on an oval platter. The man at the far end has his eyes closed. The other three raise their faces to heaven.
Max Pechstein
The Lord's Prayer, sheet 5 - Give Us this Day Our Daily Bread (Das Vaterunser - Unser täglich Brot gieb uns heute)
woodcut with hand-coloring on paper
23 ½ in x 16 ¼ in (59.69 cm x 41.28 cm);28 ⅛ in x 22 in (71.44 cm x 55.88 cm)
Museum Purchase

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