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Rosenthal designer

Fritz Klimsch


*1870 - †1960

Fritz Klimsch is one of the most famous artists and founding father of the "Berliner Secession" in 1898. In 1912 he was accepted in the Prussian Academy of Arts. His main theme is the female nude. Klimsch began working for Rosenthal in 1935. He created the nude sculptures »Hockende«, die »Liegende« und die »Kauernde«, which are still in the current Rosenthal classic product range.

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