German painter and graphic artist Willi Titze underwent studies from 1908-12 at the School of Applied Arts in Hamburg. He then made trips to Italy, Portugal, Spain, North Africa, and France. From 1910 Titze taught at the School of Applied Arts in Hamburg, making professor in 1927. In 1932 he became a member of the Hamburg secession, but in 1934 was dismissed by the Nazis. In 1945 he was reappointed, and headed the class for graphic techniques at the State Art School in Hamburg until 1956.
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