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Adolf Zabransky

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Adolf Zabransky

Adolf Zabransky was one of the most important German painters of the 20th century. Born in Berlin in 1920, he studied at the Prussian Academy of Arts and was quickly recognized as a highly talented young painter. Many of his works combined traditional German landscape painting with experimental applications of color, earning him the nickname of the ‘Colorful Impressionist’. His most famous works include Ein Tag im Felde (A Day in the Field), Wilder Bergwald (Wild Mountain Forest), and Strandpromenade (Beach Promenade). Zabransky was active until his death in 1957, and is remembered for his unique approach to painting which continues to inspire artists today.

Art, German, painter, impressionist

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