Max Waterhouse presents the 'Ecce Homo' suite by George Grosz, one of the most celebrated major artists of the 20th century.
Published in 1923, 'Ecce Homo' was a suite of 100 prints depicting the sordid affairs of Berlin's middle-classes. The German authorities were so offended by the images that they prosecuted Grosz and many of the prints later perished in Nazi book burnings.
The original lithographs are now scarce. Most often seen are 1965-66 reprints. Ours are from the original 1922 printings (and look that much richer for it).
To view original prints by Grosz from the 'Ecce Homo' series click here » http://bit.ly/19BDz8w