Gaul Loewe

Gaul Loewe

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Löwe is a sculpture by August Gaul, installed in the Kolonnadenhof outside the Alte Nationalgalerie in Berlin, Germany

August Gaul  October 22, 1869 – October 18, 1922) was a German sculptor and expressionism artist, born in Großauheim (now part of Hanau). August Gaul was a founding member of the Berlin Secession. On close terms with art dealers like Bruno and Paul Cassirer, he became a leading figure in the Berlin art scene before World War I. Gaul died of cancer in Berlin in 1922. Produced in Frankfurt, Germany for the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, August Gaul’s “Durana” bronze eagle features hundreds of hand-forged bronze feathers and was the centerpiece of one of the many German exhibits at the fair.

Actor: Daniel Brunet
Written by: Nadja Klinger
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