Claus Friedrich Bergen
(1885 - 1964)
Claus Friedrich Bergen was active/lived in Germany. Claus Bergen is known for high seas marine, battle scene painting, illustration.
Biography Claus Friedrich Bergen
Claus Friedrich Bergen (April 18, 1885–October 4, 1964) was a German illustrator and painter, best known for his depictions of naval warfare in World War One.
Bergen was born April 18, 1885, in Stuttgart, Germany, the first son of Fritz Bergen, a popular painter and illustrator of the imperial era. He was raised in Munich, where, starting in 1904, he attended Moritz Weinhold's painting school and the Royal Academy of Fine Art, studying under Carl von Marr.
Beginning in 1907, Bergen created more than 450 illustrations for Karl May's popular adventure tales. Continually printed and re-printed in books and periodicals, Bergen's depictions of the Old West, India, Arabia, and other exotic locales came to be widely associated with M
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