Full name: Lenigret Mallwitz (SchrÃ¶der-)
Born: March 9, 1892 in Bremerhaven, Bremen, Germany
Died: July 10, 1969 in Bad Honnef, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany
Sport: Art Competitions
Related Olympians: Wife of Arthur Mallwitz.
German painter and lithographer Lenigret Mallwitz was the wife of track and field athlete [Arthur Mallwitz], who later became a physician and was one of the founders of the Association Internationale Medico Sportive (International Association of Sports Medicine) in 1928. Lenigret studied painting in MÃ¼nchen and Berlin, where she founded her own studio after World War I and participated in numerous exhibitions. During World War II her studio was destroyed by bomb raids. After the war she continued working as a painter and became co-founder of the Association of German and Austrian Female Artists of all Genres (GEDOK). Her main concern was the promotion of womenâs artistic talents.
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