Munich: J.F. Lehmanns, 1928. First edition. Publisher's teal cloth w/gilt title on cover & spine. Octavo, pp. 144, indexed, with 159 b/w illustrations, ownership signature to front free page. Very Good. Item #471
A good example of proto-Nazi pseudo scholarship, seeing (predictably) that race is reflected in the quality of artistry. Most definitely a precursor to the Nazi exhibition "Entartete Kunst" of a decade later, particularly in juxtaposing "modernist" artists of the German expressionistic school with mongoloid and other handicapped persons.It even attacks the modern school of achitecture.