Hans Hess (museologist)
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Hans Hess (1907–1975) was a museologist and curator of York Art Gallery.
He was born in Erfurt, the son of a successful shoe manufacturer and patron of the arts. The artists Kandinsky, Klee, Feininger and Pechstein were family friends.
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