Otto Dix was a German artist and printmaker born in 1891 in Untermhaus, Germany. He was a prolific and versatile painter who produced works in a variety of styles, including Expressionism, New Objectivity, and Surrealism. Otto Dix’s works often contained a sharp, critical edge and often depicted the violence and suffering of World War I, as well as the decadence and corruption of German society in the 1920s. Dix’s works were banned by the Nazi regime in the 1930s. After the war, Dix continued to create and exhibit his paintings until his death in 1969