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His meteoric success is suddenly interrupted when the National Socialists take over power in 1933. Beckmann is suspended from the Städelschule. The Beckmann hall in the Kronprinzenpalais of the National Gallery is emptied, a planned exhibition in Erfurt is cancelled. Max Beckmann is stigmatized as a degenerate artist, he flees to Amsterdam in 1937 and never come to Germany again .

His meteoric success is suddenly interrupted when the National Socialists take over power in 1933. Beckmann is suspended from the Städelschule. The Beckmann hall in the Kronprinzenpalais of the National Gallery is emptied, a planned exhibition in Erfurt is cancelled. Max Beckmann is stigmatized as a degenerate artist, he flees to Amsterdam in 1937 and never come to Germany again .

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why is why: Favorite Artists: Max Beckmann http://whitneygoller.blogspot.com/2012/06/favorite-artists-max-beckmann.html

de-salva:  Max Beckmann in front of his work “Departure”, 1947. Max Beckmann: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Beckmann

de-salva: Max Beckmann in front of his work “Departure”, 1947. Max Beckmann: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Max_Beckmann

Max Beckmann, Self Portrait in Tuxedo

Max Beckmann, Self-Portrait in Tuxedo

Max Beckmann (German, 1884 – 1950) Quappi with parrot (Quappi mit Papagei), 1936 Kunstmuseum, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany ”

Max Beckmann (German, 1884 – 1950) Quappi with parrot (Quappi mit Papagei), 1936 Kunstmuseum, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany ”

thunderstruck9: “ Alfred Oesteritz (German, 1876-1904), Double Portrait of Max Beckmann and Minna Beckmann-Tube, 1909. Oil on canvas. ”

thunderstruck9: “ Alfred Oesteritz (German, 1876-1904), Double Portrait of Max Beckmann and Minna Beckmann-Tube, 1909. Oil on canvas. ”

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