Medalist and sculptor Ernst Gorsemann came from a poor family and was initially a bricklayer. Due to his talent, he received a scholarship, and was trained as a sculptor in Berlin. Gorsemann created portrait busts and gravesites. In 1934 he became a professor and director of the Nordic Art School in Bremen. In addition to his Olympic participation, Gorsemann also created a medal for the 1930 Olympic Congress. He was involved in some controversy during his life because of his association with National Socialism.
Mixed Sculpturing, Medals And Reliefs