German Art Gallery

‘Art must be realistic. Surrealism and Abstraction have no right to exist. All art that does not fit the specifications is decadent, individualistic and capitalistic’,
Alexander Dymschitz, principal Soviet cultural officer, Haus der Kultur der Sowjetunion. Berlin, 1947.

'There existed in Germany a so-called modern art. Germany, however, wants again a German Art, and this art shall and will be of eternal value’,
Adolf Hitler, speech inaugurating the Great German Art Exhibition. Munich, 18 July 1937.

Modern art separated the new West German aesthetic and politics from that of the Nazi era, the USSR and East Germany, and suggested an authentically German identity’,
Cora Goldstein, Professor Political Science, California State University. Chicago, 2001.

German art from 1900 to 1945
Our artists range from painters, including Oskar Martin Amorbach, Claus Bergen, Fritz Erler, Hermann Gradl, Arthur Kampf, Willy Kriegel, Ernst Liebermann, Erich Mercker, Paul Mathias Padua, Gisbert Palmie, Werner Peiner, Adolf Reich, Franz Triebsch, and Karl Walther to famous sculptors such as Arno Breker, Fritz Kölle, Ferdinand Liebermann, Georg Müller, Richard Scheibe, Josef Thorak and Joseph Wackerle.

German Art Gallery is sponsor of Human Rights Watch, the Anne Frank Foundation and member of a national Humanist Association.