Heinrich Maria Davringhausen
(1894 - 1970)
Heinrich Maria Davringhausen was active/lived in Germany. Heinrich Davringhausen is known for post-expressionist, new objectivity painting.
Heinrich Maria Davringhausen (October 21, 1894 – December 13, 1970) was a German painter associated with the New Objectivity.
Davringhausen was born in Aachen. Mostly self-taught as a painter, he began as a sculptor, studying briefly at the Düsseldorf Academy of Arts before participating in a group exhibition at Alfred Flechtheim's gallery in 1914. He also traveled to Ascona with his friend the painter Carlo Mense that year. At this early stage his paintings were influenced by the expressionists, especially August Macke.
Exempted from military service in World War I, he lived in Berlin from 1915 to 1918, forming friendships with George Grosz and John Heartfield. In 1919 he had a solo exhibition at Hans ... Displaying 750 of 2754 characters.