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Dieter Großmann, born 1926 in Frankfurt an der Oder, Germany, studied art at the Academy of Arts, Berlin/Germany at Professor Tank and Professor Speidel (Master Class) from 1948 - 1952. From 1974 to 1992 he taught painting the nude at the Academy of Adult Education Courses and at the Ulm University, Ulm, Germany.
Since 1970 he is a member of the Berufsverband Bildender Künstler (Association of Professional German Painters) and since 2000 he has chosen the computer as his medium. He is a digital artist worldwide.
He has won several awards and prizes working in traditional and digital media.
Awards and prizes (excerpt)
- 1966 Silver Medal for Graphic Design, Berlin/Germany
- 1973 Gold Medal for Graphic Design, Berlin/Germany
- 1976 Bronce Medal "Art in Medicine", Cologne/Germany
- 1998 First prize for computer painting in Germany 1998, "Tetenal Creative Inkjet