Ada Isensee

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Ceiling openings with leaded glass windows by Ada Isensee in Hamburg's Levantehaus

Ada Isensee (born May 12, 1944 in Potsdam ) is a German painter.

In 1964, Isensee began to study psychology at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich . She later moved to the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen , where she successfully completed her studies in 1967.

In the same year Isensee moved to the École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts de Paris for two years , only interrupted by a study visit to London . From the winter semester of 1968, Isensee became a student of Prof. Hans Gottfried von Stockhausen at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart and stayed that way until 1972.

Isensee then settled as a freelance painter in Buoch (now Remshalden ). Her work focuses on the glass design of free and architectural panes as well as on drawing and etching.

Ada Isensee was married to Hans Gottfried von Stockhausen and has two sons with him.

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