George Grosz's 'Anti-Semite' headed to London Jewish gallery
If one knew nothing more about German-born artist George Grosz (1893-1959) than his undated pen-ink-drawing at the Art Institute of Chicago titled German War Decorations (one of 25 pieces by the artist in the AIC collection), one might guess that Grosz was glorifying Nazism. The illustration, which offers a still-life view of Nazi-German medals, has... Read more »