Klinger, Max (1857-1920) by Scholes, Robert

He was born near and worked in Leipzig, but from time to time he also lived in Brussels, Paris, Munich, Berlin and Rome. He studied graphic technique during a few years in the 1870’s with Karl von Gussow, in Karlsruhe and Berlin. He was known equally as a graphic artist and a sculptor, and his work was often referred to as symbolist. He traveled widely and spent time in Paris and in Italy.

— Klinger, Max


— Klinger, Max


The Beethoven Monument (1902)
— Klinger, Max


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