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Portrait of Hans Baluscheck / Photo, c.1920
Baluschek, Hans,
1870 – 1935,
German painter, graphic artist and writer.

Portrait.

Photo, c.1920.
Prostitutes’ Corner
Couple
Berliner Rummelplatz
Arbeiterinnen
Zur Grube (Zwei Züge)
Die Auswandernden
Vagabonds
Sunny Idyll
The Way Home
Railway in urban landscape
Lehrter Station
Noon
Mittag bei Borsig
Cartload of Coal
Hüttenwerk
Hahn’sche Werke – Grossenbaum bei Duisburg
Kupferhütte
Berliner Stadtbahnhof
Sommerfest in der Laubenkolonie
Summer's Evening
Kameraden
Heimkehr – Sonntagnachmittag
Waisenstraße – Alt-Berlin
Altes Berlin – Parochialstraße im Jahre 1930
Montagmorgen
Sonntagslust
Kriegswinter (Friedhofsgang)
Der letzte Wagen
Das tote Kind
Bettelweib
Arbeitersonntag
Fabrikschluß
Mittagspause
Sumsemann’s Story
The Night Fairy’s Castle
In the nursery
Hans Baluschek (1870 - 1935)
9th Mai 2020 - 150th Birthday

Hans Baluschek (9th May 1870 – 28th September 1935) was a German painter, graphic artist and writer.

The painter, graphic artist and writer Hans Baluschek was a major representative of German critical realism, interested in depicting the life of working class people in Berlin.

In 1908 Baluschek became part of the executive board of the 'Berlin Secession', after 1920 he was an active member of the SPD. From 1929 to early 1933 he was director of the Great Berlin Art Exhibition.
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