Expressionist painter whose best-known works included “The Solid wood Equine” and “Luxembourg.” His past due paintings of clowns (i.e., his 1936 function “Clown avec accordeon”) had been expressions of his discomfort and internal turmoil upon facing a secret and long-lasting disease. He studied artwork in the Munich Academy with the Luxembourg Ecole d’Artisans. While at Munich, he became familiar with Wilhelm Leibl’s design of painting. His function was well-known in France and Belgium, but Adolf Hitler’s rise to power hindered his recognition in Germany as he was considered to be always a degenerate designer. He was the boy of the professional photographer Paul Kutter. He was significantly influenced by the task of post-Impressionist painter Paul Cezanne.