ABOUT FRITZ EICHENBERG

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Fritz Eichenberg

1901-1990

Born in Cologn Germany. October 24 1901. Eichenberg studied at the State Academy of Graphics Arts Leipzig; and fled from Nazi Germany to the USA in 1933. He illustrated over 100 books of the worlds classic literature and produced a large body of wood engravings and lithographs. He was an art historian, author, lecturer, journalist, editor, illustrator, politicial cartoonist, and educator but remained an, an engraver of images from the woodblock, above all. Received 6 honor degrees, was a member of the National Academy of Design, and was a fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of the Arts, London. His works are in museums and public collections around the world.

WORKS BY EICHENBERG FRITZ