German painter Ulrich HÃ¼bner was an impressionist, who became a member of the Berlin Secession in 1899 and was on the Board in 1906-07. He painted harbor scenes in Hamburg and the Baltic Sea, in particular, and city scenes. HÃ¼bner posthumously took part in the 1932 Olympic arts competitions as he had died a few months earlier. He came from a family of artists and studied in Karlsruhe and MÃ¼nchen. Later he spent the summers in TravemÃ¼nde at the Baltic Sea and then lived there for a number of years. In 1919, he returned to Berlin and was influenced by the impressionists. HÃ¼bner was appointed a full member of the Prussian Art Academy. When his house was confiscated after World War II, his artistic estate and collections of contemporary art vanished. His brother Heinrich also became a painter.
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