George Grosz
Attacked by the Stick Men, 1947
Watercolor on paper
17 x 23 inches; 31 x 36 inches (framed)
GGzd 2

Enrique Chagoya
People in Bags, 2003
16 x 19 inches
ECr 24

Luis Cruz Azaceta, Self-portrait - Bound Head, 1984

Luis Cruz Azaceta
Self-portrait - Bound Head, 1984
Oil pastel on paper
60 x 47 3/4 inches
LCAd 11

Enrique Chagoya
Loyalty, 2003
Intaglio with aquatint
16 1/4 x 19 inches
ECr 25

George Grosz
The Smell of Defeat, 1943
Watercolor and gouache on paper
15 1/2 x 22 inches; 33 x 26 inches (framed)
GGzd 1

Robert Arneson
The Colonel is at it Again, 1986
9 color lithograph with hand coloring
40 x 30 inches
RAr 14

Peter Saul
Amboosh, 1975
Color lithograph
30 x 40 inches
PSr 02

Peter Saul
Biafra (Crummy British Relief), c. 1969
Paint, pencil and ink on cardboard
36 x 31 inches
PSd 126

Robert Arneson, Nuke News 1983

Robert Arneson
Nuke News, 1983
Mixed media on paper
38 x 53 inches
RAd 64

Press Release

Inspired by the recent acquisition of watercolors by George Grosz, this themed show features works made in response to global conflict.  Accompanying two Grosz watercolors is a large drawing and collage by Robert Arneson contemplating the threat of nuclear destrcution;  a large-scale pastel by Luis Cruz Azaceta depicting the horrors of torture;  two etchings by Enrique Chagoya addressing the second Buch administration's militaristic ventures in the Middle East;  and Peter Saul's take on Vietnam, along with a work never before exhibited on the 1969 Biafran War.


Not a Pretty Picture will remain on view through February.