"Degenerate Art"

"Degenerate Art"

Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937 review – What Hitler dismissed as 'filth' Paul Klee (1879-1940) The Angler, 1921 Photograph: Neue Galerie

Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937 review – What Hitler dismissed as 'filth'

Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937 review – What Hitler dismissed as 'filth' Paul Klee (1879-1940) The Angler, 1921 Photograph: Neue Galerie

Degenerate art: Why Hitler hated modernism. "This week it was revealed that a huge stash of modern art had been found in a flat in Munich. Many of the paintings were considered "degenerate" by the Nazis, who staged an exhibition especially to ridicule them." Nov. 6, 2013.

Degenerate art: Why Hitler hated modernism

Degenerate art: Why Hitler hated modernism. "This week it was revealed that a huge stash of modern art had been found in a flat in Munich. Many of the paintings were considered "degenerate" by the Nazis, who staged an exhibition especially to ridicule them." Nov. 6, 2013.

documentary: Nazis vs. Expressionism:'art exhibit under Nazi regime of what they considered to be the most corrupting ... 'Degenerate Art.' ... in 1937,meant to be laughed at&despised.' Not only did they blame the economic depression on non-Arian citizens,but also on modern artists!!

documentary: Nazis vs. Expressionism:'art exhibit under Nazi regime of what they considered to be the most corrupting ... 'Degenerate Art.' ... in 1937,meant to be laughed at&despised.' Not only did they blame the economic depression on non-Arian citizens,but also on modern artists!!

"Degenerate Art" (Capitol Records, Silly Symphonies, Bugs)

"Degenerate Art" (Capitol Records, Silly Symphonies, Bugs)

Nazi plunder - Jean Metzinger, 1913, En Canot (Im Boot), oil on canvas, 146 x 114 cm (57.5 in × 44.9 in), exhibited at Moderni Umeni, S.V.U. Mánes, Prague, 1914, acquired in 1916 by Georg Muche at the Galerie Der Sturm, confiscated by the Nazis circa 1936, displayed at the Degenerate Art show in Munich, and missing ever since Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nazi plunder - Jean Metzinger, 1913, En Canot (Im Boot), oil on canvas, 146 x 114 cm (57.5 in × 44.9 in), exhibited at Moderni Umeni, S.V.U. Mánes, Prague, 1914, acquired in 1916 by Georg Muche at the Galerie Der Sturm, confiscated by the Nazis circa 1936, displayed at the Degenerate Art show in Munich, and missing ever since Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A full page from the first Nazi degenerate art log book. The Victoria and Albert Museum published a remarkable document online today: the Nazis’ inventory of “degenerate art” (entartete Kunst). The V&A owns the only known complete copy of the inventory, which was made around 1942 and catalogues more than 16,000 artworks in two books and 482 pages.

A full page from the first Nazi degenerate art log book. The Victoria and Albert Museum published a remarkable document online today: the Nazis’ inventory of “degenerate art” (entartete Kunst). The V&A owns the only known complete copy of the inventory, which was made around 1942 and catalogues more than 16,000 artworks in two books and 482 pages.

Arts ethics history. Poster for the "degenerate art" exhibition

Degenerate art: Why Hitler hated modernism

the Degenerate Art Exhibition in Nazi Germany

Degenerate art: Why Hitler hated modernism

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