Christian Wilhelm Allers

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English: Christian Wilhelm Allers (*6. August 1857 at Hamburg; †19. October 1915 at Karlsruhe) was a german draughtsman and painter. He often used pseudonym 'W. Andresen' after the 1902 homosexual scandal.
Deutsch: Christian Wilhelm Allers (*6. August 1857 in Hamburg; †19. Oktober 1915 in Karlsruhe) war ein deutscher Zeichner und Maler. Nach 1902 signierte er oft als 'W. Andresen'.

See also Category:Christian Wilhelm Allers (e.g. for files not yet added to this page).

For drawings from books with Allers as author or illustrator see categories: Hamburger Bilder (1887), Spreeathener (1889), Die Meininger (1890), Backschisch (1891), Fürst von Bismarck in Friedrichsruh (1892), La bella Napoli (1893), Freund Allers (1894), Unser Bismarck (1895)

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Capri and Southern Italy (1891-1902)[edit]

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