Cyclamen Fritz Stuckenberg was a German expressionist painter. All of his pictures were removed from German museums (and some of them destroyed) during the Nazi purges. In the infamous exhibition on "Entartete Kunst" in 1937, his "Straße mit Häusern" (street with houses, 1921) was exhibited as an example of "degenerate art".
George Muche - Composition in four accents (in exhibit of Degenerate Art by Nazis. In 1919, Walter Gropius appointed Muche to the Staatliches Bauhaus Weimar, where he became its youngest master. He was initially involved with organisational issues and the development of the school’s curriculum. From 1919 to 1925, he was the head of the weaving workshop as master of form.