amare-habeo:  Otto Dix   (German, 1891 - 1969)  The Insane, 1925 tempera on panel, 120,4 x 61,5 cm

amare-habeo: Otto Dix (German, 1891 - The Insane, 1925 tempera on panel…

Otto Dix, Self-portrait as a Prisoner of War. Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart by renzodionigi, via Flickr

Otto Dix (German [Expressionism, Neue Sachlichkeit] Self-Portrait as a prisoner of war,

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Anita Berber by Otto Dix, Berlin, Life is a cabaret, old chum, Come to the Love Thing movie cabaret.

Anita Berber (1899-1928) was undoubtedly the tragic queen of Weimar Berlins Cabaret scene, if only for a short time.  The daughter of a violinist and a cabaret entertainer, she was mostly raised in Dresden by her grandmother and by 16 had moved to Berlin and become a cabaret dancer.  In 1918, she began appearing in silent films, many of them by Richard Oswald (born Ornstein), an Austrian actor and film maker about whom you hear not nearly so often as big names, like Fritz Lang, but who was…

Anita Berber (1899-1928) was undoubtedly the tragic queen of Weimar Berlins Cabaret scene, if only for a short time. The daughter of a violinist and a cabaret entertainer, she was mostly raised in Dresden by her grandmother and by 16 had moved to Berlin and become a cabaret dancer. In 1918, she began appearing in silent films, many of them by Richard Oswald (born Ornstein), an Austrian actor and film maker about whom you hear not nearly so often as big names, like Fritz Lang, but who was…

Anita Berber. Dancer, actress, prostitute, drug addict. Known as Berlin's "High Priestess of Depravity". She died in 1928 at the age of 29.

Bridge Markland as Anita Berber in her perfomce. Anita Berber was Dancer, actress, prostitute, drug addict. Known as Berlin's "High Priestess of Depravity". She died in 1928 at the age of

Anita Berber, by Mme d’Ora 1921  Something about this image is attractive

Anita Berber, one of my favorite femmes. moniledebeaute: “ Anita Berber, by Mme d’Ora (Atelier), fashion photography, Austrian National Library ”

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