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Paul Hey was born in Munich on October 14, 1867. He was a painter and illustrator who studied under Raupp, and traveled widely in Italy, Greece, Egypt and Britian. Due to his status as a "Half-Jew" he could no longer exhibit his work in 1933, but was allowed to stay a member of the Reichskulturkammer (Reich Chamber of Culture). He died October 14, 1952 in Gauting, Bavaria.
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Hey, Paul, 1867-1952: Chess players, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 2013.170.
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