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Rolf Winkler was a German illustrator. He studied at Graz and in Dachau under Ludwig Dill and Adolf Hölzel. He settled in Munich in 1905 and illustrated over 400 books, mostly juvenile literature.
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Winkler, Rolf, 1884-1942: Silhouette of travelers near a bridge, Leo Baeck Institute Art and Objects Collection, 2005.2a.
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