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DIX, Otto (Dix Otto)

( German painter and graphic artist.)

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Biography DIX, Otto (Dix Otto)
(1891-1969)
Born December 2, 1891 in the town of Unterhaus near the town of Gera in Saxony. He studied painting at the Dresden Academy of Arts, Richard Mueller. During the First World War he served as a volunteer in the army. Returning from the front, he joined the Dadaists, and was influenced by George Gros. The works by Otto Dix, made before 1924, have much in common with pictures of the last. An example of Dix style relizma can serve as a portrait of Dr. Mayer-Hermann (1926, New York, Museum of Modern Art). In 1927-1933 Dix taught at the Dresden Academy of Fine Arts. At the beginning of World War II, he lived with his family in the vicinity of Lake Constance. By this time, to replace the works created in the tough realist style, imbued with socio-critical pathos come bright expressionistic work with the grotesque and the broken forms. In 1945 he was drafted into the militia and was captured by the French, where he returned in 1946. In the later period of the artist's increasingly turned to religious subjects. Dix died in Singen July 25, 1969.


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