(1861 - 1930)
Max Fleischer was active/lived in Germany. Max Fleischer is known for painting.
Biography Max Fleischer
Richard Paul Max Fleischer (4 July 1861, Lipine in Oberschlesien – 3 April 1930, Menton, France) was a German painter and bryologist. As a botanist, he is remembered for his work with Javan mosses.
He took art classes in Breslau, qualifying as an art teacher in 1881. He furthered his studies in Munich and Paris, where his interest in natural sciences grew, subsequently moving to Zurich in 1892 in order to study geology. In the latter part of the 1890s, he was invited by botanist Melchior Treub to Java as an illustrator. Here along with his artistic duties, he collected regional botanical specimens and conducted investigations of Javan mosses.
After several years on Java, he traveled to New Guinea, the B
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