Ludwig von Hofmann

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Narcissus (ca. 1900), National Museum in Warsaw.

Ludwig von Hofmann (August 17, 1861, Darmstadt – August 23, 1945, Pillnitz) was a German painter. His style was impressionist, and he painted many paintings, such as his well-known "Rain", in a mixture of impressionist and classical. He competed in the Art competitions at the 1928 Summer Olympics. He was also blind in one eye.

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