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  • ISOLATION UNDER NATIONAL SOCIALISM
    Art from 1933–1945

    In the context of National Socialist cultural policy, under the NS regime artists were persecuted if they were Jewish in origin, represented an oppositional standpoint, or belonged to the cultural avant-garde. Many were compelled to leave the country. But there was also a large number of artists who remained in Germany despite this political pressure – some because they had no alternative. Most of them inevitably withdrew from public life into the isolation of their studios, to the provinces, or went underground. Only a few were courageous enough, despite censorship and persecution, to continue working from a position of resistance. Many sought fresh challenges and themes in their work or developed a new pictorial language in order to maintain their existence as artists.

Exhibited Objects

Results:  9

Lamenting Women (Study to the same named Painting)
  • 1943
  • Kohle auf grauem Ingres
  • 30x62,7 cm (Blattmaß)
Pond
    • Hannah Höch (1889 - 1978)

  • Pond

  • 1943
  • Aquarell und Gouache auf Papier
  • 20,8 x 16,2 cm (Blattmaß)
Three Faces
  • Anfang 1940er Jahre
  • Öl auf Leinwand
  • 65 x 53,5 cm (Bildmaß)
Female Head
  • 1938
  • Eisendraht , rot getönt
  • 52 x 40 x 25 cm (Objektmaß)
Untitled (Young Women)
  • 1935
  • Kohle auf Papier
  • 40,9 x 37 cm (Blattmaß)
In Front of a Women's Refuge
  • 1933
  • Kreide auf Papier
  • 23,5 x 16,2 cm (Blattmaß)
Untitled (Young Women)
  • 1933
  • Kohle auf Papier
  • 50,3 x 42 cm (Blattmaß)
Child in an Air-Raid Shelter
  • um 1943–1945
  • Öl auf Pappe
  • 100 x 70 cm (Bildmaß)
Polish Peasant Womanduring the War
  • um 1939–1942
  • Öl auf Pappe
  • 100 x 70 cm (Bildmaß)