"Yellow - Red - Blue" (1925), oil on canvas, 128 x 201.5 cm, of the painter Wassily Kandinsky, contemporary of Ruthenfranz (Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris)

Robert Ruthenfranz

Robert Ruthenfranz


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Robert Ruthenfranz, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Witten on the third September 1905, the same year of the composers Adomián, Arapov, Bartos, Blazek, Blitzstein, Bozza, Brusilovsky, Dankevich, Darnton, Defossez, Farkas, Garrido, Gundry, Halffter (Escriche), Hartmann, Holewa, Hughes, Jolivet, Kenessey, Kosma, Kozlovsky, Kreuder, Landré, Leigh, Maes, Meyer, Michaelides, Müller, Pizzini, Rubin, Sandi, Seiber, Sternefeld, Tippett, Tubin. He died in Witten on the 29th November 1970

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