(1895 - 1977)
Curt Meyer-Eberhardt was active/lived in Germany. Curt MeyerEberhardt is known for painting.
The artist was born 1895 as Kurt Ernst Meyer in Leipzig before he
changed his name into Curt Meyer-Eberhardt. He studied in Weimar
from 1912-1917 under Max Thedy, Theodor Hagen and Walther Klemm. After a
short stay in Munich he returned to Weimar at the Staatliche Bauhaus,
where he attended the portrait course of Lyonel Feininger in 1919/20. Subsequently he settled in Munich.
Until the early 1920s expressionist
and cubistic tendencies influenced his oeuvre, followed in the 1930s by
impressionist and naturalistic influences combined with elements, he
adopted from Cézanne. A wider public knows Meyer-Eberhardt for his
affecting depictions of animals, which were published by Hanfstaengl
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