(1885 - 1947)
Arnold H. Ronnebeck was active/lived in Colorado, New Mexico / France, Germany. Arnold Ronnebeck is known for modernist-leaning landscape-structure, portrait.
Biography Arnold Ronnebeck
Born in Nassau, Germany, Arnold Ronnebeck became a noted sculptor and lithographer and was a strong advocate of modernist art. He traced his lineage back to nobility, and his father was a professor of architecture, a subject that the son studied for several years. Ronnebeck served in the German Guards in World War I and earned an Iron Cross for being wounded. He studied sculpture at the Royal Art School in Berlin and in Munich, and in 1908, moved to Paris where his teachers were Aristide Maillol and Emile Bourdelle. There he was a part of the avant-garde circle of Gertrude Stein, Marsden Hartley and Charles Demuth.
In 1921, still recovering from war wounds, he visited the Italian coastal village of Positano and did landscape drawing
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