(1864 - 1932)
Fritz Heinemann was active/lived in Germany. Fritz Heinemann is known for sculpture.
Biography Fritz Heinemann
From 1883 to 1886, Fritz Heinemann studied at the Nuremberg Art School and then moved to the Berlin Academy of Arts, where he studied under Albert Wolff, Fritz Schaper and Gerhard Janensch until 1889. In 1888, he participated for the first time at the Great Berlin Art Exhibition. From 1889 to 1905, Heinemann was a professor at the educational establishment of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin. He traveled to Paris and Rome.
Heinemann produced monuments, tombs, genre figures, busts and small bronzes. Some of his figures are close to the sculptural work of Auguste Rodin.