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English: Titled and signed by Willy Fick on rear. "0.60x0.50 m" given as measurement of original oil destroyed by the bombing of Cologne during WWII. Fick's usual checker board theme has morphed into a brick wall. The void and sense of floating is a strong theme. 1928-31
Deutsch: Groteske
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Source Photos from the Estate of Willy Fick. The photos show his oil paintings destroyed during WWII. They were prepared by the Rheinisches Museum, Cologne, Bildarchiv
Author Willy Fick
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Rheinisches Bildarchiv no 32861

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