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Halbakt einer jungen blonden Dame | 1930
Halbakt einer jungen blonden Dame | 1930
Halbakt einer jungen blonden Dame | 1930

Halbakt einer jungen blonden Dame | 1930

Jenny Wiegmann–Mucchi

1895 Spandau — 1969 Berlin

Jenny Wiegmann was born in Berlin-Spandau. Her parents supported her artistic talent when she was still young. In 1917, Wiegmann entered the Levin-Funke School in Berlin, where she studied with August Kraus and Lovis Corinth. She also studied sculpture there. In 1918, she continued her studies in Munich before moving to the School of Applied Arts in Berlin-Charlottenburg, where she joined the woodcarving class of Hans Perathoner. She took part in the 1928 exhibition of the Berlin Secession, in the 1929 exhibition of the association Die Juryfreien, and in the annual exhibitions of the Prussian Academy of Arts. After separating from Muller in 1930, she moved to Paris to be with Gabriele Mucchi, whom she married in 1933. In 1934, they both moved to Milan, where Wiegmann-Mucchi became known under the pseudonym “Genni”.

Artist works

Halbakt einer jungen blonden Dame | 1930
A young, blonde woman, semi-nude | 1930
Oil on cardboard
81 x 60 cm

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