Ernst Oppler was an impressionist painter of portraits, interiors, landscapes, and movement, particularly notable for his prints of dancers. He was born in Hannover on September 19, 1867, a son of the architect Edwin Oppler. Ernst and his brother Alexander trained at the Munich Academy under Ludwig von Löfftz (1845-1910) and later established studios in Berlin where they became members of the Berlin Secession, with other noted German artists of the day. Ernst Oppler died in Berlin on March 1, 1929.
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Oppler, Ernst: Three dancers, Leo Baeck Institute, 78.744.