Or Entartete Kunst. Term coined in the 1930s by the Nazis in Germany to ridicule modern art that didn't fit with Hitler's vision. Exhibitions of such works confiscated from German museums were staged and German artists branded with the term were banned from exhibiting their work.

Otto Dix Mädchen auf Fell [Nude Girl on a Fur] 1932 © DACS 2017.

Or Entartete Kunst. Term coined in the 1930s by the Nazis in Germany to ridicule modern art that didn't fit with Hitler's vision. Exhibitions of such works confiscated from German museums were staged and German artists branded with the term were banned from exhibiting their work.

Artists

Jankel Adler
1895 - 1949
Ernst Barlach
1870 - 1938
Max Beckmann
1884 - 1950
Lovis Corinth
1858 - 1925
Otto Dix
1891 - 1969
Max Ernst
1891 - 1976
George Grosz
1893 - 1959
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
1880 - 1938
Paul Klee
1879 - 1940
Oskar Kokoschka
1886 - 1980
El Lissitzky
1890 - 1941
Laszlo Moholy-Nagy
1895 - 1946
Piet Mondrian
1872 - 1944
Emil Nolde
1867 - 1956
Kurt Schwitters
1887 - 1948