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Berlin 1910-1933
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COLOR black/blue
CONDITION Very Good; some wear
DIMENSIONS 10.5" L x 9" W x 1" H
ERA Vintage: 1980s
MADE OF Hardcover with jacket
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Oct 26 - Oct 31
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Berlin 1910-1933, by Eberhard Roters and team. New Jersey: The Wellfleet Press, 1982. First printing. The intoxicating mix of artists in Berlin during this period included Kirchner, Grosz, Dix, Heckel, Pechstein, Kokoshka and Malevich. Along with many contemporaries, they struggled with new issues of urbanization, as well as the rapid collapse of the old Germany and the emergence of Adolph Hitler and his appalling agenda.