The Reimann School of Art and Design was a private art school which was founded in Berlin in 1902 by Albert Reimann, and re-established in Regency Street, Pimlico, London in January 1937 after persecution by the Nazis. It was the first commercial art school in Britain. The school closed at the outbreak of World War II and its premises were subsequently destroyed by bombing.

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  • Die Schule Reimann (auch „Reimann-Schule“ genannt) war eine private Kunst- und Kunstgewerbeschule in Berlin-Schöneberg. Sie wurde 1902 von Albert Reimann gegründet und am 23. November 1943 bei einem Luftangriff zerstört. (de)
  • The Reimann School of Art and Design was a private art school which was founded in Berlin in 1902 by Albert Reimann, and re-established in Regency Street, Pimlico, London in January 1937 after persecution by the Nazis. It was the first commercial art school in Britain. The school closed at the outbreak of World War II and its premises were subsequently destroyed by bombing. (en)
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  • Austin Cooper
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  • Die Schule Reimann (auch „Reimann-Schule“ genannt) war eine private Kunst- und Kunstgewerbeschule in Berlin-Schöneberg. Sie wurde 1902 von Albert Reimann gegründet und am 23. November 1943 bei einem Luftangriff zerstört. (de)
  • The Reimann School of Art and Design was a private art school which was founded in Berlin in 1902 by Albert Reimann, and re-established in Regency Street, Pimlico, London in January 1937 after persecution by the Nazis. It was the first commercial art school in Britain. The school closed at the outbreak of World War II and its premises were subsequently destroyed by bombing. (en)
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  • Schule Reimann (de)
  • Reimann School (en)
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  • Reimann School of Art and Design (en)
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