„If I can't be famous, I want at least to be infamous.“

—  Otto Dix

Remark of 1919, as quoted in German Expressionism 1915-1925 : The Second Generation (1988) by Stephanie Barron. p. 71

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deutscher Maler der Neuen Sachlichkeit und des Expressionis… 1891 - 1969

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