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Artcyclopedia: George Grosz
- Links to media and other resources relevant to this artist.
Berlin: The City as a Body
- Biography towards the German Dadaist caricaturist and painter.
David Nolan New York
- Artist's gallery and biography.
The Drawing of George Grosz
- Review and interpretation on some of his drawings.
The Engineer Heartfield, George Grosz (1920)
- Review of the painting by Jonathan Jones, The Guardian, Saturday April 27, 2002.
George Grosz at The Heckscher Museum of Art
- Brief biography along with a collection of his artworks.
George Grosz: Art and Politics in the Weimar Republic
- Extensive biography from a political point of view. Reviewed by Maggie Jaffe.
The Grave of George Grosz (1893 - 1959)
- Location and pictures of his grave.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Analysis on Grosz's masterpiece 'Berlin Street' explaining his connection to Dadaism.
MoMA Collection: George Grosz
- Offers a slideshow gallery including a comprehensive biography.
- Grosz's biography in English as in Spanish along with a gallery.
National Gallery of Art - Juan Gris
- List of drawings and prints.
Olga's Gallery: George Grosz
- Collection of works of the German artist with a biography and historical comments.
Peggy Guggenheim Collection - George Grosz
- Biography of the artist including an image on one of his works 'Toilette', 1927.
Pillars of Society (1926)
- Review of the painting by Mark Vallen.
Prints | Collections | ASU Art Museum | ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
- ASU Art Museum
Tate Collection: George Grosz
- Background information on three of his artworks such as 'Suicide' and 'A Married Couple'.
Tate ETC: George Grosz
- Extensive biography regarding the German artist written by Mario Vargas Llosa.
The Weimar Republic: The Fragility of Democracy
- A collection of documents and excerpts relating to the artist and his stance on the Weimar Republic.
Wikipedia: George Grosz
- Biography with quotes and references.
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