The art teacher, graphic artist, book illustrator and painter Gustav Wolf was born in Östringen, Germany in 1887. He taught at the academy of fine arts in Karlsruhe and exhibited his artwork in several European galleries. Gustav Wolf escaped Nazi Germany and settled in Massachusetts, teaching in colleges and schools. He died in Northfield, Mass. in 1947.
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Gustav Wolf with a pipe, Leo Baeck Institute, F 3513.