Introduction
Walter Gramatté (8 January 1897 in Berlin – 9 February 1929 in Hamburg) was a German expressionist painter who specialized in magic realism. He worked in Berlin, Hamburg, and Hiddensee. He often painted with a mystical view of nature. Many of his works were inspired by his experiences in the First World War and his illness.
Wikidata
Q639413
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Nationality
German
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Graphic artist, Painter
Names
Walter Gramatté, Walter Gramatte, walter gramatté, walther gramatté
Ulan
500009265
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