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Heinrich Waderé

Kolmar 1865 -
München 1950


The sculptor Heinrich Wadere was born on July 2, 1865 in Colma (Alsace). After an apprenticeship in a woodcarving studio, Wadere studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. In 1900, he was appointed as professor for figurative sculpture at the Academy of Applied Art, also in Munich.
At this time, Heinrich Wadere also kept a close connection to the woodcarving school in Oberammergau. Wadere became known for his medallions and monuments, which commemorated many different people and causes, for example, the Richard Wagner Memorial at Prinzregentenplatz in Munich (erected 1913). For his plastic works, he was a recognized member of the Munich school.
Heinrich Wadere died on February 27, 1950, in Munich.

Ketterer Kunst
Collecting fields:
e. g. BIG NAMES

Alfons Walde
"Aurach bei Kitzbühel"
333,000 $
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Max Slevogt
"Kastanie im Vorhof von Neukastel"
55,500 $
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Gabriele Münter
"Aus der Blumenwelt"
33,300 $
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Dorothea Maetzel-Johannsen
"Stilleben mit Blumen"
27,750 $
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Franz von Stuck
"Forellenweiher"
22,200 $
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Erich Heckel
"Einfahrender Segler"
19,980 $
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Friedrich Kallmorgen - Sommernachmittag
Friedrich Kallmorgen
"Sommernachmittag"
13,320 $
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Franz von Stuck
"Amazone"
13,320 $
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