Er hat Hindenburg verspottet (He Made Fun of Hindenburg), plate 11, from the illustrated book Deutsche Graphiker der Gegenwart (German Printmakers of Our Time) by Kurt Pfister

George Grosz, German, 1893 - 1959


published 1920

Transfer lithograph on paper

Sheet: 12 11/16 × 9 5/16 in. (32.3 × 23.6 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Susan E. Hardy, Nancy R. Wilsker, Sarah A. Stahl, and John S. Stahl in memory of their parents Barbara J. and David G. Stahl, Class of 1947



Klinkhardt & Biermann, Leipzig


Place Made: Germany, Europe


20th century

Object Name


Research Area


Not on view


Signed and dated, lower left, in image: Grosz / 20; printed, on reverse, lower left: GROSZ: Er hat Hindenburg verspottet. Originallithographie; inscribed, on reverse, lower right, in graphite: 16223 [circled]

Course History

HUM 1, Dialogues with the Classics, Paul Carranza, Caroline Dever, Andrea Tarnowski, Timothy Pulju, Fall 2015

Exhibition History

Recent Acquisition: The Stahl Collection of European and American Art, Ivan Albright Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, August 1-December 7, 2015.


Davidson Galleries, Seattle, Washington (no. EN0718); sold to Barbara Jaffe Stahl (1930-2004) and David Gerald Stahl (1926-2013), Manchester, New Hampshire, date unknown; bequeathed to their children Susan E. Hardy, Nancy R. Wilsker, Sarah A. Stahl and John S. Stahl, 2013; given to present collection, 2014.

Catalogue Raisonne

Duckers E64

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