(1876 - 1944)
Hermann Struck was active/lived in Germany. Hermann Struck is known for landscape, still-life, portrait, Zionist.
Biography Hermann Struck
Hermann Struck was born in Berlin, Germany to an Orthodox Jewish family. He was an artist and mentor who spent most of his time and effort focused on Jewish subjects. He studied at the Berlin Academy under teacher Max Koner and was introduced to the art of etching.
Struck joined the Zionist movement at a young age in 1903, when he was traveling and in Vienna, he met Zionist leader Herzl, an experience that inspired his famous portrait of the leader.
During WWI, Struck served in the German army of Lithuania where he encountered Eastern European Jews and embraced their way of life (culture and art style). Struck settled in Haifa, Palestine in 1923, where he depicted Jews and Arabs of the Middle East in his work.
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