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Paul Cassirer Gallerie

printer
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role Dealer/Gallery
dates 1896-1933
city Berlin
countryGermany
gender n/a
historical notes In 1898, cousins Bruno (1872-1941) and Paul (1871-1926) Cassirer opened an art gallery and publishing company at 35 Viktoriastrasse in Berlin. The gallery was closely related to the Berlin Succession.

In 1901, the business was divided by the cousins and Paul ran the art gallery and Bruno the publishing side of the business (15 Derfflingerstrasse).

In 1908 Paul began publishing, he committed suicide in 1926 and the business continued until 1933.


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1900-1910
1910-1920
1920-1930
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The Cassirer collection, 1906-1933 (M0287) see details...
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