Ludwig Godenschweg

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Ludwig Godenschweg (9 November 1889 – in Berlin; 2 December 1942 in Dresden) was a German sculptor and etcher. He studied under Robert Diez at the academy before leaving for military service. On his return he became Albiker’s student. Schmidt called Goldenschweg’s contribution to the thierd Secession exhibition “competent and promising” Portrait bust, such as Wilhelm Rudolph (terra-cotta, c. 1923) and Volkmar Glaser, and small-scale works. His graphic prints Male Portrait and Nude were found as part of the 2012 Nazi loot discovery.[1]

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  1. ^ "Photo Gallery: Munich Nazi Art Stash Revealed". Spiegel. 17 November 2013. Retrieved 17 November 2013.