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Introduction
Karl Christian Ludwig Hofer or Carl Hofer (11 October 1878, Karlsruhe – 3 April 1955, Berlin) was a German expressionist painter. He was director of the Berlin Academy of Fine Arts. One of the most prominent painters of expressionism, he never was a member of one of the expressionist painting groups, like "Die Brücke", but was influenced by their painters. His work was among those considered degenerate art by the Nazis, but after World War II he regained recognition as one of the leading German painters.
Wikidata
Q62249
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Introduction
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Nationalities
German, Italian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Director, Professor, Teacher, Art Historian, Art Theorist, Etcher, Fresco Painter, Lithographer, Woodcutter, Graphic Artist, Illustrator, Painter, Sculptor
Names
Karl Hofer, Carl Hofer, Karl Johannes Christian Hofer, Karl. Hofer, c. hofer, Hofer, karl hofer, k. hofer
Ulan
500015138
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