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Rudolf Heinrich Zille was born on January 10, 1858 in Radeburg, Germany, and died on August 9, 1929 in Berlin, Germany. He was a German illustrator and photographer.
Thou Shalt Not Kill!
Reconstruction, with original fragments. Johannes Koelz (1895-1971) was born in Muehldorf, Bavaria. He entered the Munich Academy of Art but his studies were interrupted by the outbreak of World War 1. After the death of his brother Hans, killed in…
Max Burchartz was born on July 28th 1887, Elberfeld, Germany and died on January 31st 1961, Essen, Germany. In 1907 he began studying at an art academy in Düsseldorf but World War I prevented him from finishing. After World War I he withdrew to…
Lyonel Feininger (1871-1956) was born in New York and studied between 1887-1893 in Hamburg, Berlin, Liège and Paris. In 1893, he settled in Berlin where he became a successful cartoonist and illustrator for newspapers and journals in the following…
Christian Schad was born on August 21, 1894 in Miesbach, Upper Bavaria, Germany, and died on February 25, 1982 in Stuttgart, Germany. Before World War I he attended the Munich Academy for a short time. In 1913 his first woodcuts appeared in various…
Cathedral and St.Severus Church at Erfurt
For Rohlfs and other artists in Alfred Hess’ circle, Erfurt became its own subject. In 1924 Dr Walter Kaesbach, Director of the City Museum, invited Rohlfs to stay in Erfurt. He hoped that the architecture of the medieval Cathedral and St Severus…
In Search of the Black Mother
The story of Ernst Neuschul and the “Black Mother” This picture was painted in 1931 by Ernst Neuschul, who was born near Prague in 1895 to a Jewish family. They ran a hardware store, but he trained as an artist in Prague and Vienna and worked in…