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Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941)

"Bruno Cassirer (12 December 1872 – 29 October 1941) was a publisher and gallery owner in Berlin who had a considerable influence on the cultural life of the city.

He was born on 12 December 1872 in Breslau, the second child of Jewish parents, Julius and Julcher Cassirer. Julius was a partner, with two of Bruno´s cousins, in a cable factory. Julius completed his final school examination in 1890 at the Leibniz-Gymnasium.

In 1898, together with his cousin Paul Cassirer, he opened a gallery and bookshop at 35 Viktoriastraße near Kemperplatz, Berlin. On 2 May 1898 the artists´ association Berlin Secession was established with Paul and Bruno as secretaries. For three years they acquainted the art and literature scenes of Berlin with the newest waves from Belgian, English, French and Russian culture." - (en.wikipedia.org 30.10.2019)

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Benvenuto und der Holzschneider Tasso reisen nach RomBenvenuto kommt seinem Bruder zu HilfeTorrigiani zertrümmert Michelangelos Nase"Benvenuto Cellini" Deutsch von Goethe. Mit Steinzeichnungen von Max Slevogt.TitBenvenuto lässt den Gussofen heizenDer Kastellan hält sich für eine Fledermaus
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Commissioned Bruno Cassirer (1872-1941)
Was depicted (Actor) Benvenuto Cellini (1500-1571)

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