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Clara Ewald-Weinhold (1903–1999) und Freundin | um 1928
Clara Ewald-Weinhold (1903–1999) und Freundin | um 1928
Clara Ewald-Weinhold (1903–1999) und Freundin | um 1928

Clara Ewald-Weinhold (1903–1999) und Freundin | um 1928

Reinhold Ewald

Hanau 1890 — 1974 Hanau

Reinhold Ewald and his four siblings grew up in Hanau. During his childhood, his artistically minded father had a big influence on him. One of their close neighbours was the father of the composer Paul Hindemith (1895–1963), who worked as an ornamental painter in Hanau. He did an apprenticeship from 1905 to 1906, training as an ornamental painter. In 1906, Ewald enrolled at the State Drawing Academy in Hanau, where his abilities became so obvious that he was awarded a state scholarship to the college of the Berlin Museum of Applied Arts. He studied there under Max Koch and Richard Böhland from 1907 to 1911. From 1910 onwards, Ewald took part in exhibitions of the Berlin Secession, and from 1912 onwards of the Munich Secession. In 1911, he returned to Hanau to work as a freelance painter.

Artist works

Clara Ewald-Weinhold (1903–1999) und Freundin | um 1928
Klara Ewald-Weinhold (1903–1999) with Friend | ca. 1928
Oil on wood
59 x 47 cm
(Photo: Hubert Auer © Reinhold Ewald)
Der Regentag | 1917
The Rainy Day | 1917
Oil on canvas on cardboard
102 x 75 cm
(Photo: Hubert Auer © Reinhold Ewald)

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