"Method of this work: literary montage. I have nothing to say only to show" --Walter Benjamin

Industrial Farmers (1920) is an oil painting with collage by Georg Scholz.
The painting was Scholz’s submission to the Ersten Internationalen Dada-Messe. It is in the collection of Von der Heydt-Museums in Wuppertal.
The painting was used on the cover of Comic Grotesque.
It is reminiscent of Otto Dix's Skin Graft (Transplantation).

Industrial Farmers (1920) is an oil painting with collage by Georg Scholz.

The painting was Scholz’s submission to the Ersten Internationalen Dada-Messe. It is in the collection of Von der Heydt-Museums in Wuppertal.

The painting was used on the cover of Comic Grotesque.

It is reminiscent of Otto Dix's Skin Graft (Transplantation).

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  5. super-valu said: It was also used on the cover of Terry Eagleton’s *Ideology*
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