Gesehen am Steilhang von Cléry-sur-Somme (Seen in a Trench near Cléry-sur-Somme), plate 28 from a set of 50, Radierwerk VI "Der Krieg" (War)

Otto Dix, German, 1891 - 1969


See Previous Article See next Article


Etching, drypoint and aquatint on Kupferdruck paper


Plate: 10 1/16 × 7 1/2 in. (25.5 × 19.1 cm)

Sheet: 18 3/4 × 14 in. (47.6 × 35.6 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Purchased through the Jean and Adolph Weil Jr. 1935. Fund



Otto Felsing, Berlin


Karl Nierendorf, Cologne and Berlin


Place Made: Germany, Europe


20th century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Numbered, in graphite, lower left: 23/70; inscribed, in graphite, lower center: VIII; signed, in graphite, lower right: DIX

Course History

ANTH 12.3, WGST 42.5, The Ethnography of Violence, Chelsey Kivland, Fall 2013

COLT 73.4, Violence, Ayo Coly, Winter 2015

ENGL 7.47, Tales of the Avant-Gard, Andrew McCann, Winter 2019

German Club, Winter 2019

Exhibition History

A Space for Dialogue 100, The Soul Has Bandaged Moments, Kensington Cochran, Class of 2020, Conroy Intern, Alvin P. Gutman Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth, Hanover, New Hampshire, March 6-May 16, 2021.

Published References

Otto Dix: das graphische Werk / herausgegeben von Florian Karsch ; eingeleitet von Hans Kinkel. Hannover : Fackelträger Verlag, ca. 1970. Barron, Stephanie, and Davis, Bruce. German Expressionist Prints and Drawings: The Robert Gore Rifkind Center for German Expressionist Studies, Volumes 1 and 2 of German Expressionist Prints & Drawings, German Expressionist Prints & Drawings, Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1989.


Hill-Stone, Inc., New York, New York; sold to present collection, 2013.

Catalogue Raisonne

Karsch 97b; Rifkind 484 28

This record is part of an active database that includes information from historic documentation that may not have been recently reviewed. Information may be inaccurate or incomplete. We also acknowledge some language and imagery may be offensive, violent, or discriminatory. These records reflect the institution’s history or the views of artists or scholars, past and present. Our collections research is ongoing.

We welcome questions, feedback, and suggestions for improvement. Please contact us at: