Ludwig Hesshaimer

Ludwig Hesshaimer

Ludwig Hesshaimer (1872, Brașov – 1952, Rio de Janeiro) Ludwig Hesshaimer, a born German Saxon in Romania, in his time was well-known as both an artist and a club philatelist. As an Austrian, he tended the German body of thought, founded the first Association of...
Alois Kolb

Alois Kolb

Alois Kolb was born in Vienna in 1875 and died in Leipzig in 1942. He studied at the Munich Academy of Fine Art. From 1907 he taught at the Leipzig Academy. He had success particularly as an etcher, and contributed to journals such as Zeitschrift für Bildende Kunst...
Ary Murnu

Ary Murnu

Ary Murnu, 29 drawing plates, ink and crayon on cardboard, various dimensions: 26 x 20 cm, 25 x 10 cm, 26 x 12 cm, 16 x 13 cm, 14 x 11 cm Published in Lumea copiilor (1922-1927) „Publicaţiune septămănală pentru copii şi tineret”, 16 pages / format 26 x 21 cm / cover...
Emil Orlik

Emil Orlik

Emil Orlik, who was born in 1870 in Prague, studied between 1891 and 1893 at the Munich Academy and the academy school for copperplate engraving. In 1896 Emil Orlik met the poet Rainer Maria Rilke in Prague and followed him to Munich, where Orlik and Otto Pankok...
Iosif Iser

Iosif Iser

Iosif Iser (21 May 1881 — 25 April 1958; born and died in Bucharest) was a Romanian painter and graphic artist. Born to a Jewish family, he was initially inspired by Expressionism, creating drawings with thick, unmodulated, lines and steep angles. After studies in...