(1888 - 1962)
Franz Heckendorf was active/lived in Germany. Franz Heckendorf is known for landscape, still life painting.
Biography Franz Heckendorf
Heckendorf was a German painter and graphic artist of the Expressive
Realism who underwent a blooming period during the time of the Weimar
Republic. Heckendorf's artistic education began at the young age of 15,
when he completed an apprenticeship as a decorative painter. Afterwards,
he studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule and the Academy of Arts in Berlin.
Shortly thereafter, he already exhibited some of his works at the
Berlin Secession. He primarily painted landscapes and still lives that
clearly show a Mediterranean influence from the impressions of his
travels to Italy and Croatia during the 1920s and 1930s.
Third Reich he was imprisoned for ten years because he had helped a
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