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Alfred Pohl

Alfred Pohl (1898-1982) was a prominent German artist renowned for his Expressionist paintings. Born in Mannheim, Pohl studied at the Karlsruhe Academy of Art from 1915 to 1921 and exhibited his work at the Hagenbund exhibitions in Vienna and the Berlin Secession. During this time, he developed a unique style of painting that combined elements of Expressionism, Cubism, and Constructivism. One of his most celebrated works is the painting 'Sturm am Meer' (1928), which was based on his experience of the Great War. Pohl also produced etchings, lithographs, and woodcuts throughout his career and was a part of the German art-movement known as Neue Sachlichkeit. Pohl's work is featured in numerous museums worldwide and has been praised as a breakthrough in modern art.

Alfred Pohl, German artist, Expressionist, Neue Sachlichkeit, Expressionism, Cubism, Constructivism

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