Full name: Max Feldbauer
Born: February 14, 1869 in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz, Bayern, Germany
Died: November 20, 1948 in Münchshöfen, Straubing, Bayern, Germany
Sport: Art Competitions
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
German painter Max Feldbauer was an impressionist and in 1913 co-founded the artist group Die Scholle (The Palace) and the New Secession, and in 1916 the New Munich Secession. He was married to painter Elise Eigner. Feldbauer mostly painted peasant scenes, soldiers and horse pictures, but also inn moods. In 1928, he became president of the Academy for Fine Arts in Dresden. The same year he won the bronze medal at the Amsterdam Games for his work Viererzug (Four-in-Hand) in the category Paintings and Graphic Works. Feldbauer was prohibited from exhibiting during the Nazi regime of the German Reich and his home was bombed in Munich in 1944. He then moved to the country, to Oberschneiding, where he died in 1948.
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