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Walter Gramatté was born in 1897 in Berlin and died in 1929 in Hamburg. Gramatté had a very short (15 years) career but a very productive one – paintings, drawings and prints with subjects of figures, portraits, still life’s, landscapes and book…
Alexander Kanoldt was born 29 September 1881 in Karlsruhe, Germany and died in 1939. Kanoldt went to Munich in 1908 and joined with the progressive artists who formed the New Artists Association. When the Association split over Kandinsky’s move to…
Trevor Thomas (1907 – 1993)
Born in Ynsddu, Gwent on June 8th, 1907 into a South Wales colliery family, Trevor Thomas showed a talent for singing as a boy, winning prizes at the Eisteddfods, and he continued to sing through most of his adult life despite being partially…
Gabriele Münter (1877-1962) was born in Berlin. She moved to Munich and became pupil and partner of Kandinsky in 1902 after he and further members of the “Phalanx” group had opened an art school. Münter and Kandinsky travelled through France between…
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…
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…