Carl Grossberg

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Grossberg studied architecture at the universities of Aachen and Darmstadt, and following military service studied first under Walter Klemm at the School of Fine Arts in Weimar, then from 1919-21 at the Bauhaus in Weimar under Lyonel Feininger. His works were shown in the Neue Sachlichkeit exhibition in Mannheim 1925 and in Amsterdam 1928. He became known for his industrial landscapes and cityscapes, and his fascination for industrial machinery. Grossberg was called up for active military service again in 1939 and died in an accident in 1940 in France

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