German painter and sculptor Fritz Röll was first educated at the arts school in Nuremberg (Nürnberg), and then studied at the school of sculpture in Berlin. From 1911-14 he lived in the Villa Massimo in Roma. His preferred materials were stone, wood and bronze. In the era of National Socialism, Röll was little known although he mainly created portrait busts. In 1943, he fled from Berlin due to the war and settled in his hometown at the Rhön.
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