Following is an exhibition review from the website of NEWCITY ART of "Drawings, Dante and Degenerate Art: A Review of Otto Neumann at State Street Gallery at Robert Morris University". By Chris Miller, February 13, 2018
Otto Neumann (1895-1975) is not among the iconic artists who were labeled “degenerate” by Nazi officialdom, but still he has much to offer. Two of his earliest linocuts in this show, Judas Kiss (1919) and Crucifixion (1921) echo the early medieval expressionism then being revived. They feel even fresher and more dramatic than the woodcuts on similar themes made by Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Neumann’s have a vivid sense of eruption and revelation.
In 1926, Newdit
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