Hermann Landshoff was born in 1905 in Munich, where he grew up in a family of Jewish artists before fleeing his homeland to Paris and, eventually, New York. Like other great artists of the 20th century, his vast body of work has received little attention since his death because of his status as an exile , a protracted transfer and the processing of his archives.
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