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 Arno Breker

 

 

Arno Breker     

 

Arno Breker (July 19, 1900 February 13, 1991) was a German sculptor, best known for his public works in Nazi Germany, which were endorsed by the authorities as the antithesis of degenerate art.

He was born in Elberfeld, now Wuppertal and died in Düsseldorf.



Adolf Hitler in Paris, 1940,
with Albert Speer (left)
and Arno Breker (right)

 


JEUNE FILLE AGENOUILLEE

 

 


Sacrifice

 

 


Seated Man

 

 


Torchbearer

 

 


Walking

 

 


Eos

 

 


Torso with raised arms
1929






Judgement of Paris







Saint Matthew
1927






Prometheus
1937






La Force
1939







The active Life
1939






Der Kampfer
1938






The Comrades
1940






Psyche






Sword Carrier
1938



 


Wounded warrior
1940






Battle against Serpents
1940






Kampf
1940







Apollo and Daphne
1940






Woman Kneeling
1942







Torso of young woman
1943






Flora
1943






Orpheus and Eurydice
1944






Humility
1944







Torso of Apollo
1944







You and I

 




St. Sebastian
1948







St. George
1952






St. Martin
1952






St. Christopher
1957






Torso des Rossbandigers
1965






Young Man
1968






Resurrection
(sketch for a Monument to Adenauer)
1969






Cyclist
1976







Young woman with cloth
1977







Before Leaving
1977






Untitled

 

 


The Guard

 

 


The Warrior Departs

 

 


Preparedness

 
 

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