American, 20th century, male.
Born 1899, in Canig, Germany; died 1985, in Reston (Virginia).
Painter, printmaker, collage artist. Still-lifes, landscapes.
After serving in the front lines during World War I, Werner Drewes was admitted to the Bauhaus in 1921 where he studied under Klee and Münch. A restless traveller across many continents, he emigrated with his family to the US when Hitler came to power. In New York, he took his place alongside Mondrian and Feininger in the group of American Abstract Artists. He taught at Columbia University, worked on the design of the Worlds Fair Building in ...