Albert Welti was the son of the famous Swiss painter Albert Jakob Welti, Sr. The son studied at the Art Academies in Düsseldorf, München, London, and Madrid. His parents died early in 1911 and 1912, after which he became sick with typhus. Following his recovery he changed from painting to writing. Welti was best-known for his engagement in a large number of essays and speeches on topics of the cultural, literary, and political questions of the 1930s and 1940s.
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