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Brunner (pen name of Leopold Wertheimer, 1862-1937) was a philosopher, who emigrated from Germany to the Netherlands in 1933. In 1947 his followers founded the “International Brunner Institute” in The Hague to publish Brunner’s work and to advocate his memory.
Max Busyn was a Polish-Israeli painter and graphic artist, born in Lodz in 1899. He studied at the Art Academy of Dresden in 1922/23 and was briefly inluenced by Otto Dix. Busyn lived in Berlin from 1929 to 1933, before emigrating to Palestine. He created murals for the Jewish seniors' home in Berlin. Busyn's works that used to be in the collection of the Jewish Museum in Berlin have been lost since WW II.
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Busyn, Max, 1899-1976: Constantine Brunner in his study, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 80.238.
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