Comic Creator

Wilhelm Schulz

(23 December 1865 - 16 March 1952, Germany)  Germany

Wilhelm  Schulz

Simplicissimus art by Wilhelm Schulz
Simplicissimus 31-10-1897

Caricaturist and painter Wilhelm Schulz was part of the Berliner Secession art movement (Lithographische Anstalt Berlin). He was born in Luneburg and educated in Berlin, Hamburg, Karlsruhe and Munich. He was a contributor to magazines like Jugend (since 1897) and Simplicissimus, for which he made among others political caricatures. He died in Munich in 1952.

Simplicissimus art by Wilhelm Schulz
Simplicissimus volume 19, issue 10

Simplicissimus art by Wilhelm Schulz
Simplicissimus volume 36, issue 8

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