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Born in Karlsruhe, Hubbuch attended the local State Academy of Fine Arts
from 1908 to 1912. He then studied at the School of the Museum of
Applied Arts in Berlin under Emil Orlik, where he also met George Grosz.
From 1920 to 1922, he was a master student of Walter Conz and Ernst
Wuertenberger. In 1922, he studied at the Prussian Academy of Fine Arts
in Berlin, again under Orlik.
From 1924, he taught lithography at the
Academy in Karlsruhe. In 1928, he was appointed a full-time professor.
In 1930, he published along with Hermann Brand, Erwin Spuler and Anton
Weber the critical artist magazine Zapko in Karlsruhe (two editions).
During the Third Reich, he was not allowed to exhibit his works from
1935 to 1945. In the 1940s, he also worked as a ceramic artist. In 1965,
Hubbuch was a guest of honor at the Villa Massimo in Rome.
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