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Dame mit Perlenkette | 1920
Dame mit Perlenkette | 1920
Dame mit Perlenkette | 1920

Dame mit Perlenkette | 1920

Heinrich Stegemann

Stellingen bei Hamburg 1888 — 1945 Hamburg

Heinrich Stegemann did an apprenticeship as a house painter in Hamburg-Altona from 1904 to 1906. He also attended evening classes at the local School of Arts and Crafts, where his teachers were Franz Breest and Hans Kolitz. In 1906, Stegemann was given a scholarship that enabled him to attend daytime classes there. In 1909, he moved to the Art Academy in Weimar, where he studied under Max Thedy and Albin Egger-Lienz. After serving in the First World War, Stegemann worked from 1918 onwards as a freelance artist in Hamburg. He often went to Berlin, where he joined the November Group in 1920; he also joined the Hamburg Artists’ Association (the Hamburgische Künstlerschaft), and in 1927 he joined the Association of German Artists.

Artist works

Dame mit Perlenkette | 1920
Lady with a pearl necklace | 1920
Oil on paperboard
82 x 64 cm
(Photo: Hubert Auer © Heinrich Stegemann)

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