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Ludwig Pfau (1821–1894)

Pfau, Ludwig (pfou). A German lyric poet and art critic; born at Heilbronn, Aug. 25, 1821; died at Stuttgart, April 12, 1894. He took a prominent part in the Baden revolution, 1848; and was editor of the Owl-Glass, one of the most spirited comic journals of that day. He wrote: ‘Voices of the Time’ (1848); ‘German Sonnets for the Year 1850’ (1849); translated into German ‘Breton Folk-Songs’ (1859). Among his works in art criticism are: ‘Art in the State’ (3d ed. 1888); ‘Contemporary Art in Belgium’; ‘Art and Criticism’ (1877).