Otto Dix – Tate Liverpool – Portraying a Nation, Germany 1919 – 1933

This week I went to Tate Liverpool to see the exhibition Portraying a Nation, Germany 1919 – 1933. The exhibition is made up of two completely separate sections, although thematically linked. The first half shows August Sander’s photographs while the second half concentrates on the work of Otto Dix. I skipped over the August Sander… Read More Otto Dix – Tate Liverpool – Portraying a Nation, Germany 1919 – 1933

Robert Birmelin

My son bought me a calendar for Xmas. It’s a “Picture a Day” from The Met in New York. I like it because, coming from an American background, it shows different paintings to those you’d normally think would be included in this type of thing. A really good example of this is the painting from Tuesday of… Read More Robert Birmelin