Adolf Büger learned first in the school of painting of Heinrich Knirr in Munich, and from 1905 he was a student of Angelo Jank at the Munich Art Academy.
As a regular contributor to the magazine Youth and lively exhibitions, Büger's work was quickly known and appreciated.
During World War II, he suffered fstate ostracism and retreated in the Upper Bavarian mountains. In 1942 his Munich studio was destroyed in a bombing raid.
In 1950 Büger returned to Munich. After the death of his first wife he married Ika Buber in 1957. She was a painter and native of Moscow, trained at the art academies in Berlin and Vienna.
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