Allegorie des Lebens | o. D.
Allegorie des Lebens | o. D.
Allegorie des Lebens | o. D.

Allegorie des Lebens | o. D.

Hilde Hamann

1898 Breslau — 1987 London

The Jewish painter and ceramicist Hilde Hamann, was born in Breslau. She initially lived in Berlin, then in Dresden, before moving to Hamburg in 1913, where she studied ivory carving and fabric painting under Carl Otto Czeschka at the School of Arts and Crafts. She then moved to Munich to study painting in the studio of Hans Hofmann. She married the sculptor Paul Hamann, with whom she had a daughter. Until 1926 they lived primarily in the artists’ colony of Worpswede. Hilde Hamann also studied in Paris under Fernand Léger for six months in 1924/25. In 1927, she joined the Hamburg Secession, despite she and her family having moved into the artists’ colony of Breitenbachplatz in Berlin in 1926.

Artist works

Allegorie des Lebens | o. D.
Allegory of life | no date
Oil on canvas
183 x 143 cm
(Photo: Hubert Auer © Hilde Hamann)

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