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Theodore Lukas (alias T. Lux) Feininger (June 11, 1910 Berlin, Germany – July 7, 2011 Cambridge, Massachusetts) was a German-American painter, avant-garde photographer, author, and art teacher who was born in Berlin to Julia Berg, née Lilienfeld, and Lyonel Feininger, an American living in Germany from the age of sixteen. His father was appointed as the Master of the Printing Workingshop at the newly formed Bauhaus art school in Weimar by Walter Gropius in 1919. He had two older full brothers, namely Andreas Feininger, and Laurence Feininger, as well as two half sisters, even older, including Lore Feininger, by Clara Fürst and his father (from his first marriage).
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Born 11 June 1910. Feininger was a student at the Bauhaus, Dessau, Germany, from 1926 to 1932. Feininger was born in Germany, but since his father was American-born, he moved to the United States and later retired to Massachusetts.
American, German
Artist, Author, Teacher, Painter, Photographer
T. Lux Feininger, Lukas Feininger, Lux Feininger, Theodor Luke Feininger, Theodore Lukas Feininger, Theodore Lux Feininger
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