Augusts Annuss studied in Kiev, St. Petersburg and Stieglitz. He is considered to be one of the most outstanding representatives of Latvian figure painting in the period between the two World Wars. He was classified as a Neorealist. From 1929-44 Annuss served as a professor at the Latvian Academy of Art. In 1944 he fled from the Red Army and moved first to Germany, and five years later to the United States.
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