Cipri Adolf Bermann

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Cipri Adolf Bermann (born August 25, 1862 in Vöhrenbach , † May 17, 1942 in Luxembourg ) was a German sculptor .

Aristotle (1915) at the University of Freiburg


Bermann completed a wood carving apprenticeship in Furtwangen in the Black Forest ; later he studied in Munich and at the Polytechnic in Zurich , where he enrolled in architecture . In 1884 he studied sculpture for two years at the State Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe under Hermann Volz . After completing this degree, he moved to Munich, where he ran a private sculpture school. In 1898 he became a member of the Munich Secession , and in 1903 of the German Association of Artists . At the 10th exhibition of the Munich Secession in Munich in 1904 - it was also the first Künstlerbund exhibition - CA Bermann was represented with two marble busts ( Luitpold von Bayern , Emanuel von Seidl ) and a bronze sculpture ( Huntress ).

Le Centaure in Bad Mondorf


Bermann received numerous commissions for portraits and works in public spaces.


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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Exhibition catalog X. Exhibition of the Munich Secession: The German Association of Artists (in connection with an exhibition of exquisite products of the arts in the craft) , Publishing House F. Bruckmann, Munich 1904 (p. 37)
  2. ^ Kunsthalle Bremen : Collection: Sculptures from A to B
  3. Figure Homer
  4. Dreier, R.-W .: Homer and Aristoteles return to their old place , press release of the University of Freiburg of April 8, 2005 .