Prints by Degenerate Artists
In 1937 the Nazis held a public exhibition The Entartete Kunst of art that was considered to be modern, degenerate or subversive. As a result several artists were forced to emigrate, such as Max Ernst or were forced into exile, such as Paul Klee. Ernst Ludwig Kirchner committed suicide. Other artists awaited a much worst fate. Much art was destroyed.
Here are some examples of prints pre-1937 by considered generate artists.
Emil Nolde | DOPPELBILDNIS | Galerie Henze & Ketterer
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner | UM EINEN SCHATTEN TANZENDE FRAUEN | Galerie Henze & Ketterer
Max Beckmann | The Barker (Self Portrait) | Schrank Harris (IFPDA)
Marc Chagall | Le Fou Qui Vend La Sagesse from JEAN DE LA FONTAINE FABLES | Robert Fontaine Gallery
Paul Klee | Bearded Head / Kopf (Bärtiger Mann) | Gilden’s Arts Gallery
Pablo Picasso | Les Trois Graces II | Annex Galleries (IFPDA)
Otto Mueller | WALDLANDSCHAFT | Galerie Henze & Ketterer
Erich Heckel | Handstand | Gilden’s Arts Gallery
Hermann Max Pechstein | TÄNZERIN IM SPIEGEL | Galerie Henze & Ketterer
Wassily Kandinsky | Kleine Welten VII | Galerie Lareuse (IFPDA)
Lyonel Feininger | Cruising Sailing Ships | Schrank Harris (IFPDA)
Henri Matisse | Jeune Fille Aux Boucles Brun | Masterworks Fine Art Inc.