Otto Dix: Matthäus Evangelium


German Expressionist artist, Otto Dix , boldly recounts the story of the Book of Matthew with 34 lithographs. The cycle commences with an interpretation of the Sacrifice of Isaac as it looks forward to the work of the Savior, but the life of Jesus begins with the Adoration of the Magi, then it moves through his ministry and focuses on the Passion. Interestingly, Otto Dix ends the series with an image entitled, Go Therefore into the World, acknowledging that the work of the Gospel continues as we proclaim Christ’s redemption. Matthaüs Evangelium has 33 lithographs and the signed title page, a self-portrait, and a lithograph poster portraying the artist and a grandchild.

A woodcut self-portrait and an original lithograph poster of the artist and his grandchild adds a final touch to the show.


Each print is framed to 20” x 16” and is ready for hanging.


The exhibition comes with:

 • labeling information with the biblical text associated with the image

 • file for an accompanying brochure/handout with an essay written by Sandra Bowden

 • digital images of each piece of art

 • shipping and crating information



1. Abraham and Isaac

2. Wise Men Visit the Christ Child

3. Flight to Egypt

4. Massacre of the Innocents in Bethlehem

5. Baptism of Jesus

6. The Temptation

7. Calling of Peter

8. Sermon on the Mount

9. Stilling the Storm

10. Healing of the Two Demonics

11. Healing of Jarius’s daughter

12. Healing of the Blind

13. Towns and Villages

14. Sign of Jonah

15. Beheading of John the Baptist

16. Feeding the Five Thousand

17. Healing of the Lepers



18. Transfiguration of Jesus

19. Coin in the Mouth of the Fish

20. The Greatest in Heaven—Children

21. Entering Jerusalem

22. The Ten Virgins

23. The Sacrificial Lamb

24. The Last Supper

25. Gethsemane

26. The Capture of Jesus

27. Betrayal of Peter

28. King of the Jews

29. Scoffing

30. Carrying the Cross

31. Crucifixion

32. Angel at Tomb

33. Go Therefore into the World

34. Signed Title Page

35. Self Portrait with Grandchild poster

36. Self Portrait (Selbstbildnis)

The show rents for $300 /month, with a minimum of 4 weeks per venue. With the rental of two months the third month is free.

Bowden Collections offers a variety of traveling exhibitions available to museums, churches, colleges and seminaries: several feature the work of important historical artists such as Georges Rouault, Marc Chagall, Ottos Dix and Alfred Manessier; others explore topics related to the Bible. A packet containing everything needed to mount the exhibition with files for labels, itemized lists, a brochure or flyer in PDF format, high-resolution digital files of art in the exhibition, and shipping information is provided. Venues are responsible for the rental fee and shipping, usually to the following venue.

Exhibitions of this Collection

Feb 1 – April 30, 2023

Concordia Theological Seminary

6600 N. Clinton St.      Fort Wayne, IN 46825

(260) 452-2197

Contact; Paul Grime, PhD,


September 1, 2022 to January 15, 2023

The Kings College, NYC

56 Broadway NY NY  10004

Contact: Harry Bleattler,



January 12 to March 30, 2020

Sojourn Church Midtown

1207 S Shelby St

Louisville Ky 40203

Michael Winters


October 5 to December 20, 2019

Messiah College, Aughinbaugh Gallery

One College Avenue

Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

Contact: Elizabeth Durbin,

(717) 571-4039


October 1 - 31, 2017

University of Rio Grande, Greer Museum

218 N College St, Rio Grande, Ohio  45674

Contact: James Allen,

740 709 6214


The show rents for $250 /month, with a minimum of 4 weeks per venue. With the rental of two months the third month is free.



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