Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Berlin
Alexanderplatz in Berlin, 1929 (image through art dealers at Ketterer Kunst, http://www.kettererkunst.de)
One of the most cheerful 1920s paintings of Berlin, it is filled with a buttery-yellow light which turns the place into a fairy-tale it never was.
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