Drinnen und Draussen (Inside and Outside) Artist: George Grosz (American, born Germany, 1893–1959)

1926

Modern and Contemporary Art

On view, 3rd floor, Modern and Contemporary Art and Design
Medium

Oil on canvas

Dimensions

31 1/2 × 46 3/4 in. (80 × 118.7 cm)
framed: 39 1/4 × 54 1/2 × 3 3/4 in. (99.7 × 138.4 × 9.5 cm)

Credit Line

Bequest of Dr. Herbert and Monika Schaefer

Accession Number

2020.37.45

Culture
Period

20th century

Classification
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Provenance

Provenance

Collection Markus Kruss, Berlin; Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Schaefer Collection
Bibliography
  • Frauke V. Josenhans et al., Artists in Exile: Expressions of Loss and Hope (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery, 2017), 208, fig. 1
  • Art for Yale: Collecting for a New Century, exh. cat. (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Art Gallery, 2007), 260–61, 402–403, pl. 247
  • Peter-Klaus Schuster, George Grosz, Berlin–New York, exh. cat. (Berlin: Ars Nicolai, 1994), 348, pl.IX.9
  • Hans Hess, George Grosz (Dresden, Germany: VEB Verlag der Kunst, 1982), 141, pl. 29, ill
  • Berlin Staatliche Museum, Wem Gehort die Welt. Kunst und Gesellschaft in der Weimarer Republik, exh. cat. (Berlin: Neue Gesellschaft fur Bildende Kunst e.V., 1977), 171, ill
  • Hans Hess, George Grosz (London: Studio Vista, 1974), 136
Object copyright
Additional information

Object/Work type

allegories (artistic device), figures (representations)

Signed

Grosz 1926 (verso)

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