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Der Maler in seinem Atelier | 1951
Der Maler in seinem Atelier | 1951
Der Maler in seinem Atelier | 1951

Der Maler in seinem Atelier | 1951

Ottokar Gräbner

1904 Osterwick bei Konitz — 1972 Munderkingen

Ottokar Gräbner was born in Osterwick near Konitz, which at the time was in Western Prussia. In 1923/24 he began an apprenticeship with the wood carver Seipold (Seibold) in Danzig and took drawing lessons from Bruno Paetsch. In 1925 he became a student of Ludwig Meidner in Berlin. From 1926 to 1929, Gräbner worked as a freelance painter in Danzig and exhibited his first paintings in group exhibitions. From 1930 to 1933 he was a master student of Max Beckmann at the Städel Institute and worked in the graphic class of Franz Karl Delavilla.

Artist works

Der Maler in seinem Atelier | 1951
The painter in his studio | 1951
Oil on canvas on wood
60 x 50 cm
Selbst an der Staffelei | 1950
Self-portrait at the easel | 1950
Oil on canvas
63 x 54 cm

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