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Birgit Stauch

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Birgit Stauch (Born in Baden-Baden, (Germany), December 11, 1961) is a contemporary German sculptor who works in bronzes, sculptures, sketches and portraits. Life Stauch was born in Baden-Baden, Baden-Württemberg, daughter of artist and sculptor, Alexander Stauch. Upon returning from compulsory service during World War II her father studied stone carving as a profession and sculpture as a passion thus inspiring his daughter to follow in his footsteps. She studied design at the Johann Friedrich Böttger Institute in Selb, Bavaria. She furthered her education as an understudy of Arno Breker (1900–1991) and sculptor Rudolf Alexander Agricola (1912–1990). Stauch also studied drawing under Clarissa Kupferberg (1907–1989). She worked as a creative director in the atelier at Strassackers', Europes' largest art foundry for some 14 years. Returning to Baden-Baden she took over her fathers' stonemasonry business as managing director all the while continuing to create a broad variety of
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