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Häuser am Wall (Neuruppin) | 1924
Häuser am Wall (Neuruppin) | 1924
Häuser am Wall (Neuruppin)  | 1924

Häuser am Wall (Neuruppin) | 1924

Ernst Fritsch

1892 Berlin — 1965 Berlin

The artist Ernst Fritsch first trained in handicrafts. From 1911 to 1914 he attended the courses run by Emil Doepler in decorative painting at the Academy of the Arts and Crafts Museum in Berlin. He also studied at the Royal Art Academy in Berlin, where he completed a diploma as an art teacher. After serving in the First World War, Fritsch joined the Berlin Secession in 1919, later joining the Association of German Artists and the North German Secession. In 1921, he joined the November Group in Berlin. The Academy in Berlin awarded Fritsch the Rome Prize in 1927, its Grand State Prize for Painting; after visiting Paris, this Prize enabled Fritsch to live and study in the Villa Massimo in Rome.

Artist works

Häuser am Wall (Neuruppin)  | 1924
Houses by the wall (Neuruppin) | 1924
Oil on canvas
51,5 x 52,5 cm
Friedhofstraße in Berlin | o. D.
Friedhofstraße in Berlin | no date
Oil on burlap
65,2 x 47,3 cm
Larvenbild | 1957
Larvae Image | 1957
Oil on hardboard
31 x 40 cm
(Photo: Hubert Auer / © Bild Recht Wien 2021)

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