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Mother and Child
Mother and Child
Mother and Child
Schrimpf, Georg,
1889–1938,
German artist.

"Mutter und Kind“ (Mother and Child), 1923.

Oil on canvas, 47 × 41 cm.
Private collection.
Two Girls at the Window
Crouching Woman
Still Life with Cat
Children at the Front Door
Still Life with Telescope
Midday Rest
On the Steps / In the Evening
Visiting the Child
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Georg Schrimpf (1889–1938)
Georg Schrimpf, 1889 – 1938, was a German painter and graphic artist.

Along with Otto Dix, George Grosz and Christian Schad, Georg Schrimpf is broadly acknowledged as a main representative of the art trend Neue Sachlichkeit (usually translated New Objectivity), which developed, in Weimar Germany, in the 1920s as a counter-movement to Expressionism and Abstraction. Schrimpf was listed as a producer of Degenerate Art by the German National Socialist government in the 1930s.