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Hermann Cohen (4 July 1842 – 4 April 1918) was a German Jewish philosopher, one of the founders of the Marburg School of Neo-Kantianism.
Hermann Struck (1876-1944) was a master of etching and book illustration. He taught the art of printmaking to Marc Chagall, Max Liebermann and Arno Nadel and his monograph on the art of etching is a classic in the field. Struck was both an Orthodox Jew and a Zionist, however, his outlook on the world was decidedly cosmolitan. This is also evident in his countless portraits, from Friedrich Nietzsche to Sigmund Freud, and impressions from his wide travels. While on service in the German Army during WW I he came into contact with the Jewish communities of Galicia and Lithuania. During this time he created a series of sketches of life in Eastern Europe, which he later turned into a book, together with Arnold Zweig, titled The Face of East European Jewry. In 1923 he emigrated to Palestine, where he was among the Bezalel School in Jerusalem.
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Struck, Hermann: Portrait of Hermann Cohen, Leo Baeck Institute, 2009.010.
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