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Beck·mann

 (bĕk′män), Max 1884-1950.
German artist noted for his brutal, often grotesque figurative prints and canvases, such as Night (1919).
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Beckmann

(German ˈbɛkman)
n
1. (Biography) Ernst Otto (ɛrnst ˈɔːto). 1853–1923, German chemist: devised the Beckmann thermometer, used for measuring small temperature changes in liquids
2. (Biography) Max (maks). 1884–1950, German expressionist painter
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Beck•mann

(ˈbɛk mɑn)

n.
Max, 1884–1950, German painter.
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