He also had a camera. During his flight from Fascism in 1932 he used it to chronicle his voyage over the Atlantic and arrival in New York.
This is a small catalog from a 1977 exhibition of his photography.
The catalog isn't archival so the paper has turned. The scanner also picks up the grain.
This images certainly benefit from the charged situation of Grosz' passage.
Some, like "Fellow Traveller", exhibit the same touch for capturing the life of a person and showcasing them in a unique light which makes Grosz' work with pen and paint remarkable.
The remaining five images from this portfolio will be posted tomorrow.