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Lothar Günther Buchheim. The Graphic Art of German Expressionism. Universe Books. 1960. 294pp.

Dennis Crockett. German Post-Expressionism: The Art of the Great Disorder, 1918-1924. Penn State Press. 1999. 215pp.

Helen A. Dickinson. German Masters of Art. New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company. 1914. 286pp.

Ulrich Finke. German Painting: From Romanticism to Expressionism. Thames and Hudson. 1974. 256pp.

Gail Finney. Visual Culture in Twentieth-Century Germany: Text as Spectacle. Indiana University Press. 2006. 310pp.

Carolyn Kay. Art and the German Bourgeoisie: Alfred Lichtwark and Modern Painting in Hamburg, 1886-1914. University of Toronto Press. 2002. 166pp.

Joseph Leo Koerner. The Moment of Self-Portraiture in German Renaissance Art. University of Chicago Press. 1996. 564pp.

Gottfried Lindemann. History of German Art: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture. Praeger. 1971. 228pp. Translation of Deutsche Kunst.

Wilhelm Lübke. Translated by L. A. Wheatley. Ecclesiastical Art in Germany During the Middle Ages. London: Cassell, Petter & Galpin. 1870. 299pp.

Franz Roh; with Juliane Roh. German Art in the 20th Century. New York Graphic Society. 1968. 516pp. Translation of Geschichte der deutschen Kunst von 1900 bis zur Gegenwart.

Ernst Schlee. German Folk Art. Kodansha International. 1980. 316pp.

William Vaughan. German Romantic Painting: Second Edition. Yale University Press. 1994. 260pp. 2nd Edition.

Peter Vergo. Twentieth-Century German Painting. Rizzoli. 2003. 386pp.

Paul Vogt. Expressionism: German Painting, 1905-1920. Henry N. Abrams. 1980. 136pp.

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