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Hermann Lismann

Painter, Commercial artist (male), Art writer (male) and College professor (male)

1878 in Munich
1943 in concentration camp at Majdanek

104 Works by Hermann Lismann


1899-1900 studies art history and philosophy in Munich and Lausanne. 1900-1903 artistic training under Franz von Stuck and Heinrich Knirr in Munich. 1904-1914 lives in Paris. Belongs to the circle of artists around Rudolf Levy, Hans Purrmann, and Albert Weisgerber, meeting at the 'Café du Dôme'. 1907 first solo exhibition at the Galerie Eugène Blot, Paris. 1914-1938 lives in Frankfurt am Main. Member of the 'Frankfurter Künstlerbund', an artists' association. Travels to Italy and France. Exhibitions at the Ludwig Schames gallery, Frankfurt. Active in the Jewish Cultural League. 1929-1934 teaches at J. W. Goethe University, Frankfurt. 1938 emigrates to Paris and Tours. 1943 deported to Majdanek, Poland.

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