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Introduction
Hermann Finsterlin (18 August 1887 – 16 September 1973) was a German visionary architect, painter, poet, essayist, toymaker and composer. He played an influential role in the German expressionist architecture movement of the early 20th century but due to the harsh economic climate realised none of his projects. By 1922, Finsterlin had withdrawn from the circle of expressionist architects as they moved towards the New Objectivity movement, he moved to Stuttgart to concentrate on painting and writing.
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Q66897
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Introduction
"Prometh" was used as a pseudonym while Finsterlin was a member of Die gläserne Kette.
Nationality
German
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect, Poet, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Hermann Finsterlin, Prometh, Prometh (ps.)
Ulan
500025964
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