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Hans Herrmann (1858-1942)

male / German
Qualifications
graphic artist, painter
Nationality/school
German
Born
Berlin 1858-03-08
Deceased
Berlin 1942-07-21
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Biographical information
Period of activity
1873 - 1942
active c. 1873-1942
Education
Akademie der Künste (Berlijn 1918-1926)
Berlijn: 1874-1879
Staatliche Kunstakademie (Düsseldorf)
Düsseldorf: 1880-1883
Active in
  • Berlijn 1874 - 1879
  • Düsseldorf 1880 - 1883
  • Zweeloo (Coevorden) 1882
    in the Summer of 1882 he met Max Liebermann and Helmuth Liesegang in Zweeloich (Häder 1999, p. 266)
  • Delfshaven (Rotterdam) 1890
  • Nederland 1880 - 1913
    Hans Herrmann must have made numerous trips to the Netherlands during these years. He mainly painted Dutch townscapes and fish and flower markets with figures in regional costume. Herrmann was a member of the Hollandsche Teekenmaatschappij.
  • Veere 1880 - 1913
    in the period from 1880 to 1913; signed watercolor by Veere known (see RKDImages art number 216583)
  • Rotterdam 1881 - 1927
    gedateerde werken uit 1881,1885, 1898, 1902 en 1927 ; ca. 1890
  • Amsterdam 1884 - 1913
    Herrmann must have been in Amsterdam many times.
  • Amersfoort 1890
    ca. 1890
  • Maassluis 1890
    ca. 1890
  • Dordrecht 1880 - 1902
    Herrmann must have been to Dordrecht more than once. In 1897 he was accompanied by Helmuth Liesegang.
  • Spakenburg (Bunschoten) 1890
  • Vlissingen 1887 - 1913
    not exactly known when Herrmann was in Vlissingen
  • Middelburg (Zeeland) 1887 - 1905
    ca.
  • Gemeente Katwijk 1890
  • Leiden 1902
    op. 1902; ca. 1890
  • Goes 1890
    ca. 1890
  • Volendam (Edam-Volendam) 1889
    Herrmann stayed in hotel Spaander in 1889.
  • Egmond 1880 - 1883
    contact with George Hitchcock and Gari Melchers
  • Elburg 1910
  • Breskens (Oostburg)
    date unknown
  • Italië
    Studiereizen
  • Frankrijk
    study trips
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active in
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Subjects
This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
harbor view, coastal view, landscape (as genre), cityscape, beach scene
Entered on: 1992-01-10; Modification on: 2018-10-15

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