Anke Doberauer (*1962 in Bad Homburg von der Höhe) is a german painter. She studied at the University of Art Braunschweig as a master student of Ben Willikens.Since 2003 she has held a professorship for painting and graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. Her life-size paintings of men from a female perspective have been known since the 1980s. Later portraits as well as multi-part, partly monumental panoramas were added.

Anke Doberauer currently lives and works in Munich and Marseille.

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1962 born in Bad Homburg von der Höhe
until 1991 studied at Braunschweig University of Art as a master student of Prof. Ben Willikens
1991 – 1992 post-graduate grant at École d'Art de Marseille-Luminy, France
1992 – 1994 lectureship at Ecole d’Art Marseille-Luminy for painting and graphics
1994 - 1995 Karl Schmidt-Rottluff grant,
  grant from the Hessian Cultural Foundation for the Cité des Arts, Paris
1998 - 1999 Collegium Budapest Institute for Advanced Study
since 2003 professorship for painting and graphics at University of Fine Arts Munich
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drawing fluorescent painting fresco painting mural painting oil painting painting plein air painting print
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[1] short biography [LINK] (last accessed 29.11.2021)

[2] artist biography [LINK] (last accessed 29.11.2021)

Artist website (last accessed 29.11.2021)