Oskar Moll

They shared life and destiny, were a married couple for over four decades and belonged to the greats of their time. Oskar Moll was a student of Lovis Corinth and, like his wife Marg, of Henri Matisse. The artist was highly valued, and worked as a professor in Breslau and taught in Düsseldorf until 1933. His wife Marg is considered the first academically trained sculptress of her time and also caused a sensation with her works. Neither of their works are (or can ever be) exhibited in museums. This is because both of their works were classified as "degenerate art" during Nazi Germany. A large part of their work was destroyed in the turmoil of war.

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