Fritz Mackensen (born 8 April 1866 in Greene, near Kreiensen, Duchy of Brunswick – 12 May 1953 in Bremen) was a German painter of the Düsseldorf school of painting and Art Nouveau. He was a friend of Otto Modersohn and Hans am Ende, and they were the founders of the artists' colony Worpswede. From 1933 to 1935 he was head of the Nordische Kunsthochschule in Bremen (today's University of the Arts Bremen). In 1937 he became a member of the Nazi Party. He was buried on Worpswede Cemetery.
- "Gottesdienst im Freien", museum Hanover
- "Tierbild", museum Oldenburg
- "Die Scholle", museum Weimar
- bronze sculpture
- "Alte Frau mit Ziege", Kunsthalle Bremen
Literature over Mackensen
- Klaus Dede: Fritz Mackensen. Der Entdecker Worpswedes. (1981).