Monograffi Fine Art Galleries
Carl Grossberg (1894-1940)  ~

            Carl Grossberg trained as an architect and later studied art under the Expressionist painter Lyonel Feiniger at the Bauhaus. His architectural studies painted between 1925 and 1929 often included exotic animals such as monkeys, birds and even in one case a bat. Additionally buildings are rendered in a toylike manner and his scenes are mostly unpopulated. During the 1930s he concentrated on industrial commissions and his works parallel those of Charles Sheeler in the U.S.



Dinkelsbuehl - Rothenburger Tor


 Bridge over Schwarzbach Street in Wuppertal (1927)


Amsterdam, Singelgracht (1925)







Renaissance (1929)


Maschinensaal (1925)


Traumbild Rotor (1927 )








Vorbereitungssaal (Weberei - 1935)  


The Yellow Boiler (1933) 


Schleuse, Friedrichsfeld (1938)








Car Factory (1936)


The Belts (1933) 


The Landing Stage (1933)





Die Papiermaschine (1934)


Ortseingang von Sommerhausen (Unterfranken) (1926)





Vision - Steam Boiler with Bat (1928)


Turbine (1938)







Berlin Avus (1928)