He lived with his two older sisters in a Berlin public house, owned and managed by his parents, until the business failed in 1899.
Grosz was elected into the as an Associate Academician in 1950.
In addition to teaching, Grosz contributed illustrations to magazines such as the New Yorker, Vanity Fair, and Esquire.
In the United States, the artists influenced by his work included the social realists and.
He did this as a protest against German nationalism and out of a romantic enthusiasm for America — a legacy of his early reading of the books of , and — that he retained for the rest of his life.
Chronology 1893 July 26, Georg Ehrenfried GroÃŸ born in Berlin, the son of Karl Ehrenfried GroÃŸ and Marie Wilhelmine Luise GroÃŸ, nÃ©e Schultze.
Spurred by this admiration, in 1916, while starting work on Metropolis, the then Georg Gross decided to Americanise his name to George Grosz, which he used thereafter.
Hands off holy art, screamed the opponents of Dadaism.