Christian Schad – Portrait of Dr. Haustein (1928)

After dabbling for a while in Cubism and Futurism, German painter Christian Schad (1894 – 1982) reached artistic maturity in his 30s, when he associated himself with the New Objectivity art movement. The movement rejected the Expressionists’ romantic idealism and emphasis on emotional experience, and insisted on depicting life in a straightforward, realistic way. During […]

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