Hermann Hirzel

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Hermann Hirzel (1864–1939) was a Swiss painter. He studied for some years at the Academy of Arts, Berlin. He also lived in Italy and Sicily. Some of the works were presented at the Gurlitt's Winter Exhibitions. His etchings and drawings demonstrated his love of nature. Hirzel even branched out into doing commercial wrappers and covers for music.[1]

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  • This article was initially translated from the German Wikipedia.
  1. ^ The Studio. National Magazine Company. 1897-01-01.