Emil Stumpp

Emil Stumpp (17 March 1886 – 5 April 1941) was a German painter, teacher, and artist known for his cartoons and drawings of well-known people in the 1930s during the Weimar Republic. He died in 1941 in jail after returning to Germany. He had left after drawing an unflattering portrait of Adolf Hitler.[1]

Self-portrait of Emil Stumpp

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