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Grosz

A division of the Polish zloty equal in value to 1/100 of one zloty. The plural of grosz is groszy.
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La broma resulta mucho mas suave que los dibujos grotescos de la obra Tragigrotesken der Nacht, de George Grosz, que anuncia mas abajo en otra casilla.
Even if historically specific works set the path for later ones--the work produced alongside George Grosz preceding the contributions to the AIZ (Arbeiter-Illustrierte-Zeitung or The Worker's Illustrated Magazine), for instance--Heartfield's images were always tailored to the specifics of the moments in which they emerged.
The hundreds of reproductions in the catalogue testify to the changing artistic techniques and valorisations of street scenes; they range from a delightful bird's-eye view of a spring day on the boulevard Montmartre by Camille Pissarro to the harsh indictments of social cleavage and cheap street prostitution in 1920s Berlin by George Grosz.
George Grosz ultimately left Germany in 1933 at the time of the Nazi take-over and came to the United States where he taught at the Art Students League in New York.
Schad was the most interesting of the artists involved with the Neue Sachlichkeit, or New Objectivity, movement, a loosely connected group that included, among others, Otto Dix, George Grosz, Rudolf Schlichter, Karl Hubbuch, and Georg Scholz--painters who worked mostly in Berlin between the First and Second World Wars, during the Weimar Republic; artists who managed simultaneously to savage and celebrate the manners and morals of their time.
In the next section, on the other arts, 'Heimatlosigkeit', displacement, and nonnormative experiences, Barbara McCloskey discusses the changing response of George Grosz to life in America, while Beatrice von Bormann pursues traces of exile in the art of Max Beckmann and Hans Fiedler in the Netherlands in 1939-45.
Aber George Grosz liebt sein Miszgeschick Wic einen anhanglischen Feind.
1) Me he tomado la libertad de inventar algunos adjetivos haciendo referencia a Paul Klee, Vassily Kandinsky, George Grosz y Joan Miro.
A juzgar por el dibujo titulado Friedrichstrasse (1), un artista como George Grosz sabia de sobra que en medio de aquella algarabia era dificil quedarse con la cara de alguien.
The prints remind me a bit of German expressionist George Grosz.
At first primarily a literary journal featuring writers like Rainer Maria Rilke, Arthur Schnitzler and Thomas Mann, it later became celebrated more for its pictorial satires by George Grosz, Olaf Gulbransson, Karl Arnold, Erich Schilling and others.
He was not an overtly political artist with Communist sympathies, like George Grosz or John Heartfield.