(1896 - 1982)
Georg Arnold-Grabone was active/lived in Germany. Georg ArnoldGrabone is known for land-and seascape painting.
Georg Arnold-Graboné (also Arnold Grabone; September 11, 1896 - October 2, 1982)
He was a painter of German impressionism and an art teacher. Because Grabone is not his real surname, sometimes his name appears as Georg Arnold-Graboné.
Born in Munich on September 11, 1896, Arnold was the son of the Regional-President Wilhelm von Arnold. He went to study at Munich Art Academy. In 1914 the young Arnold passed his exit examination, and volunteered as an enlistee in the German Army. While serving in World War I. he suffered a head injury from a grenade explosion. The injury left him temporarily without hearing or speech. Because of his injuries he was discharged from the army. He returned ... Displaying 750 of 5505 characters.