Heinrich Hawick

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Heinrich "Heinz" Hawick (* 1906 in Hagen / Westphalia ; † May 1945 near Wünsdorf ) was a German artist.


Hawick completed a structural engineering degree in Darmstadt from 1925 to 1927 . He then studied at the Munich Art Academy until 1929 . In the following years he stayed in Berlin . From 1933 he lived and worked in Frankfurt . In 1942 he was awarded the "Young Westphalia" art prize. During the Second World War he served as a soldier from 1940 and fell in 1945 near Wünsdorf.


Bronze sculpture "Penguins" in Hagen
Relief "Siegfried" near Elmstein (1928)
  • The harvest (65 × 86 cm) - relief
In 1950, Hawick's classmates presented the relief to the Hagen Fichte High School on the occasion of the 25th return of the Olr Abitur in 1925.
  • Penguins - bronze sculpture (77 cm high)
The bronze sculpture is placed in the schoolyard of the Ricarda Huch School in Hagen.
  • Siegfried - Relief (approx. 250 × 300 cm)
1928 A relief carved in sandstone from the Nibelungen saga. Giselher, Gunter and Hagen can be seen in the background.
Below the Nibelungenfelsen at the western exit of the village of Elmstein towards Waldleiningen / Weidenthal in the Palatinate Forest, between Neustadt / Wstr. and Kaiserslautern.

Exhibition dates


  • Toni Hawick-Tasché: The sculptor Heinrich Hawick. In memory of a fallen man , Hirschgraben-Verlag, Frankfurt am Main 1948.
  • Hawick, Heinrich In: Helmut Ebert: Lexicon of the visual and creative artists in Westphalia-Lippe. Aschendorff, Münster 2001, ISBN 3-402-05458-2 , p. 224.

Individual evidence

  1. Hawick, Heinrich. In: General Artist Lexicon Online. KG Saur.