(1872 - 1954)
Albert Haueisen was active/lived in Germany. Albert Haueisen is known for painting.
Biography Albert Haueisen
Albert Haueisen, a son of an architect, began his studies at the
Kunstgewerbeschule in Karlsruhe from 1887, which was followed by the Art
Academy as a student of L. v. Kalckreuth (1855-1928), H. Thoma
(1839-1924) and finally G. von Hackl (1843-1926) in Munich. He then traveled to Rome in 1894. He soon reached the status of a highly
sought-after artist, who was appointed as a professor in 1919 and
finally director of the Karlsruhe Academy of Arts. In 1933, however, he quit
his duties because of the accusation of political influence. Works by
Albert Haueisen are preserved, for instance, at the Museum Folkwang in
Essen, the Landesmuseum Mainz and the Museum Georg Schäfer in
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