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Friedrich (Bedřich) Feigl (1884, Prague-1965, London) was a Czech Jewish painter, graphic designer and illustrator, born to a German-speaking Jewish family. He was influenced by the work of Max Liebermann and exhibited with Osma ("The Eight"), an avant-garde artist group that included Czechs, German-Bohemians and Jews. His brother was the gallerist Hugo Feigl.
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Feigl, Friedrich, 1884-1965: Landscape with mock windmill, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 80.230.
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