(1892 - 1945)
Fritz Burmann was active/lived in Germany. Fritz Burmann is known for Landscape, portrait and still life painting.
Biography Fritz Burmann
Fritz Burmann was born in 1892 in Westphalian Wiedenbrück. From 1909-12 he studied at the Düsseldorf Academy under August Deusser, becoming his master student, and at the Academy in Munich under Heinrich Knirr. This was followed by study trips through Europe, before he received a teaching position at the academy in Königsberg in 1926.
In 1936 he transferred to the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin-Charlottenburg. In addition, Burmann often stayed in the Nida Artists' Colony. His oeuvre includes landscapes, particularly from the Curonian Spit, as well as portraits and still lifes, which show tendencies of the New Objectivity. Burmann died in 1945.