degenerateart. Accused of an attempt on Hitler's life in 1939, he was imprisoned in Dresden and later made a prisoner of war by the French. After the war he lived in West Germany.
See biographies by L. G. McGreevy (1981), F. Loffler (1982), E. Karcher (1988), and P. Gutbrod (2010) O. Peters, ed., Otto Dix (2010) I. F. Walther and E. Karcher, Dix (25) (2010).
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