1899 born in Vejle/ Jutland, Denmark
1919 stays in Worpswede with Heinrich Vogeler among others
1919-1920 dance tours together with Olga Breling (expression dancer)
1921-1922 with Valentin Frank in the pottery apprenticeship
1922 founds pottery studio in Fischerhude (together with his sister-in-law Amelie Breling): Fischerhuder Kunstkeramik.
1923 studied at the Seger Institute, Berlin
1931-1932 study trip to Sèvres and to Paris
1933-1943 own pottery studio in Tegeler Weg in Berlin (Charlottenburg), destroyed by bombs in 1943
1946-1950 lecturer at the Hochschule für freie und angewandte Kunst in Berlin-Weißenseee; from 1947 to 1950 he was director
1950-1953 establishes series production of ceramics for Dr. Alfred Ungewiß in Dehme (Bad Oeynhausen)
1953-1960 Director at the Meisterschule für das Kunsthandwerk, Berlin (Charlottenburg)
1960-1966 Professor at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Hamburg
1969 died in Berlin, Germany
– Reineking v. Bock, Gisela: Keramik des 20. Jahrhunderts, Deutschland, München 1979, p. 104.
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