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The front cover of a 4 page news print paper. See detail images for other pages. Kollwitz was at her strongest producing powerful images protesting against social injustice and oppression of all kinds. The despair of the mother who cannot feed her…
Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956) was born in New York and studied between 1887-1893 in Hamburg, Berlin, Liège and Paris. In 1893, he settled in Berlin where he became a successful cartoonist and illustrator for newspapers and journals in the following…
George Grosz (1893-1959) was born in Berlin and studied in Dresden until 1911 and at the School of Arts and Crafts in Berlin. Like many of his colleagues, Grosz originally appreciated the rise and outbreak of the First World War as a chance for…
The Story of the Hess Family
Alfred Hess (1879-1931) was a wealthy Jewish shoe manufacturer. In the 1920s Hess shoes were a byword for quality, exported all over Europe and abroad from the four large ‘M & L Hess Schuhfabrik’ factories in the town. Alfred Hess also…
Portrait of Heinrich Simon
Heinrich Simon was Editor-in-Chief of the Frankfurter Zeitung, a liberal and democratic newspaper free of party influence. The paper championed modern art, poetry and drama. In 1931, he said: “It is good to remember that time in which the advocates…
Two Illustrated Letters
Dr Rosa Schapire (1874-1954) was an important German art-historian and an influential supporter of the German expressionist art group Die Brücke. Based in Hamburg from 1908, she wrote supportive reviews for the Brücke artists, admiring the work of…