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Hans Meid

Hans Meid counts among the most talented graphic artist of the 20th century, late Impressionism is attributed to be his characteristic style.
After studies at the Karlsruhe academy, Hans Meid settled in Berlin where he joined the Secession and came into contact with artists like Max Beckmann. Hans Meid, who was working in several graphic techniques, gained particular popularity with his differentiated etchings in the powerful clair-Obscur; a technique that Hans Meid also taught at the Berlin Academy of Fine Arts as of 1919. As an Illustrator Hans Meid added images to many works, among them the bible, works by Thomas Mann and poems by Goethe. He showed his humorous side in liberal graphic art, as well as his talent in making complex atmospheric values comprehensible.
The Frankfurt Museum Giersch showed the retrospective "Hans Meid (1883-1957). Welt und Gegenwelt" in 2008, since 1993 the Hans Meid Foundation has been awarding the Hans-Meid-Prize for book illustration.

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