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Herman Grimm (1828–1901)

Grimm, Hermann Friedrich (grim). A German essayist, critic, and biographer, son of Wilhelm; born in Cassel, Jan. 6, 1828; died at Berlin, June 17, 1901. He studied law, but never practiced it. His most famous work is his ‘Life of Michael Angelo.’ Among others, ‘Ten Essays Selected as an Introduction to the Study of Modern Art,’ ‘Fifteen Essays’ (new series), and ‘Life of Raphael,’ are entitled to mention. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).