For further information, you may wish to consult these resources:
- The Wikipedia article on "Degerate Art" provides links to articles about the artists and movements which were condemned by the Nazis as "degerate."
- On the University of South Florida's Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust website, the Degenerate Art article features images as well as sound and video clips.
- On the same website, you can see examples of Nazi Approved Art.
- Extensive resources for studying the Holocaust may be found on the Vad Yashem website.
- Hector Feliciano's The lost museum : the Nazi conspiracy to steal the world's greatest works of art (New York : BasicBooks, c1997) has the LC call number N8795.3 .F8 F4613 1997
- In conjunction with the exhibition to be held at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Feb. 17-May 12, 1991, and at the Art Institute of Chicago, June 22-Sept. 8, 1991, Stephanie Barron edited Degenerate art : the fate of the avant-garde in Nazi Germany (Los Angeles, Calif. : Los Angeles County Museum of Art ; New York : H.N. Abrams, c1991) which has the LC call number N6868 .D3388 1991b.
The image below shows the cover of the catalogue of the exhibition, which was entitled Führer durch die Ausstellung "Entartete Kunst" (Berlin: Verlag für Kultur und Wirtschaftswerbung, 1937) :
The image was located at the Deutsches Historisches Museum.