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Karl Schmidt-Rottluff

 (1884 - 1976)
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff was active/lived in Germany.  Karl Schmidt Rottluff is known for expressionist painting, woodcuts, linocuts, intaglio, teaching.

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Birth / Death:  1884 Rottluff, Chemnitz, Germany - 1976 Berlin, Germany

Method for Karl Schmidt-Rottluff

Collage and/or Decoupage

Media for Karl Schmidt-Rottluff

Ink

Added Description for Karl Schmidt-Rottluff

Degenerate Artist, Nazi Germany


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Akte im Freien (Drei badende Frauen)

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In der Dämmerung

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Watt bei Ebbe

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