Paul Cassirer, German Jewish Art Dealer, Attempts Suicide
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Paul Cassirer, German Jewish Art Dealer, Attempts Suicide

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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Paul Cassirer, a leading German Jewish art dealer, attempted to commit suicide.

Herr Cassirer was a foremost exponent and defender of the impressionist school of art. He introduced French impressionism to the Germans and widely popularized Max Liebermann, George Kolbe and Max Slevogt, the German impressionists.

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