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Drinnen und Draussen, by George Grosz
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Drinnen und Draussen Name Course Instructor’s Name Date Drinnen und Draussen Source: Yale University Art Gallery, n.d. Description The work of art entitled Drinnen und Draussen, painted by George Grosz, an American born in Germany, is oil on canvass with the following specifications: 31 1/2 x 46 3/4 inch or 80 x 118.7 centimeters (Yale University Art Gallery, n.d.).
At the left side of the painting (outside), people were seen as destitute, obscure, with a lame man with an amputated leg seated with a crutch held just below his armpit, apparently begging. There were more shades and the images of the people were not clear. A pillar supposedly served as a dividing wall to visually represent people from the inside, dressed in coats and tie, one with a cigar, and apparently dining in style. These people could be seen as having a good time surrounded by sophisticated and classy ladies. Other objects were clearly painted such as a lamp, a bucket of liquor, an ash tray, to name a few. The faces of the people are all clear exemplifying various expressions of smiling, waiting patiently, listening intently. The colors were also disparate with the outside people being painted in grey, blue, brown, touches of light greens and pinks in matte. The inside portion was more vividly colored in reds, tan, blue, white with clearer and illumined backdrop. Analysis One could deduce that the painter intended to relay the message that people seen inside dining places had the luxuries of availing the best of life. ...
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