One of the most striking aspects of early 20th-century German Expressionists was their pursuit of the graphic medium of printmaking. Such was the focus of New York's Museum of Modern Art's exhibition German Expressionism: The Graphic Impulse (2011). Now available for review in a catalogue of the same name, German Expressionism offers a rich and varied survey of the exploration of prints and drawings (as well as paintings and sculpture) to reveal just how innovative these artists were in their adoption and implementation of graphic approaches. With nearly 300 illustrations and significant scholarly insights by curators and professors, German Expressionism is a captivating catalogue.