(1897 - 1977)
Conrad Felixmuller was active/lived in Germany. Conrad Felixmuller is known for expressionist painting, woodcuts, teaching.
After attending drawing classes at the Dresden "Kunstgewerbeschule" for one year, Conrad Felixmüller first attended the private school of the artist Ferdinand Dorsch in 1912, and the same year he entered Professor Carl Bantzer's class at the "Königliche Kusntakademie" in Dreseden, to start training as a painter.
In 1915 Felixmüller left the academy. He worked as a freelance artist in Dresden, but often went to Berlin, where he painted in Ludwig Meidner's studio. Conrad Felixmüller also contributed to the journal Der Sturm, published by Herwarth Walden.
In 1917 Felixmüller founded the art and literature journal MENSCHEN together with the book dealer Felix Stiemer, with Felixmüller being responsible for the graphic ... Displaying 750 of 2984 characters.