The End of Expressionism: Art and the November Revolution in Germany, 1918-1919
by Joan Weinstein
University of Chicago Press, 1990
Cloth: 978-0-226-89059-3
Library of Congress Classification N6868.5.E9W45 1990
Dewey Decimal Classification 701.03

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"Weinstein explores the attitudes and organizations of artists and architects in Berlin, Munich, and Dresden in response to the tumultuous events associated with the end of WWI and the (failed) Revolution. She traces the initial excitement and zeal and then the disillusionment as utopian dreams were dimmed by social, political, and military realities as well as by inherent contradiction within the arts movements itself. The accompanying b&w illustrations, fascinating in themselves, directly depict textual themes."—Booknews

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