I was disappointed, not because we had lost the war but because our people had allowed it to go on for so many years, instead of heeding the few voices of protest against all that mass insanity and slaughter.
I stood up as best I could to their disgusting stupidity and brutality, but I did not, of course, manage to beat them at their own game. It was a fight to the bitter end, one in which I was not defending ideals or beliefs but simply my own self.
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|Birth:||26th July, 1893|
|Death:||6th July, 1959|
George Grosz was born in Berlin, Germany. He was a German artist known especially for his caricatural drawings and paintings of Berlin life in the 1920s. From 1909 to 1911, he studied at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts. He subsequently studied at the Berlin College of Arts and Crafts under Emil Orlik. In his drawings, usually in pen and ink which he sometimes developed further with watercolor. His draftsmanship was excellent although the works for which he is best known adopt a deliberately crude form of caricature. Abandoning the style and subject matter of his earlier work, he exhibited regularly and taught for many years at the Art Students League of New York. His memoirs, The Autobiography of George Grosz was published in 1955.
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