German, 1893 – 1959. George Grosz was a famous artist known for his caricature artworks. The artist was associated with the New Objectivity movement and a leading member of the Berlin Dada group. His artworks mainly involve caricature paintings and drawing of life in Berlin during the 1920s. His drawings, prints, and paintings offered criticism towards social and political issues represented with satirical humor. George Grosz’s best artworks portray the darker side of life in the German metropolitan during his time. George Grosz was born as Georg Ehrenfried Groß in 1893 in Berlin in Germany. To improve his drawing skills, the artist attended the Dresden Academy of Art. In 1911, the artist moved to Berlin. As a protest against the raging German nationalism during that time. Grosz and his peers Max Beckmann and Otto Dix started protesting on the grotesque aspects and injustice in Berlin through their works like the 1926 artwork The Pillars of Society and the 1917 artwork Explosion. In 1933 George Grosz moved to the United States, barely escaping the country before Hitler became the German Chancellor. He became the official citizen of the United States in 1938. The artist was disheartened by the devastations caused by World War I and World War II. He abandoned his earlier style and implemented a softer approach to his work in the coming decades. George Grosz regularly exhibited his work. Today, George Grosz artwork at auction is available at leading auction houses. He also taught at the Art Students League of New York for many years. George Grosz artwork for sale is available with many art dealers. They are also on exhibit at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., The Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid, the Tate Gallery in London, and many others. Collectors can also find George Grosz artwork for sale online with leading auction houses.