Feininger



Andreas (Bernhard Lyonel) [an-drey-uh s,, ahn-] /ænˈdreɪ əs,, ɑn-/ (Show IPA), 1906–1999, U.S. photographer, born in France.
his father, Lyonel (Charles Adrian) 1871–1956, U.S. painter.
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Lyonel. 1871–1956, US artist, who worked at the Bauhaus, noted for his use of superimposed translucent planes of colour

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