A Part of my report on Fritz Klee,
appeared in the collector journal, version August 2002



Professor Fritz Klee
Born on August 24, 1876 in Würzburg
Died 12.12.1976 in Stuttgart

Prof. Fritz Klee

Prof. Fritz Klee is considered a pioneer of modern porcelain production
Architect, modeler (professor)
Architectural studies at the Technical University / Munich
Assignments in Dresden and Munich
From 1904 – 1908 architect for the Municipal Building Authorities / Munich
Direction of the building office of the Schwabing Hospital in Munich
Publication “The Mask”, at that time a topic of current interest in architecture
In 1908 F. Klee was entrusted with the direction of the Porcelain Technical College by the Bavarian Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs
In 1908 architectural concept of the building of the Royal Bavarian Technical College for the porcelain industry / Selb
April 01, 1909 founder and director of the Technical College
In 1911 Fritz Klee was appointed Royal Bavarian Professor because of his excellent work
1919 idea and design of the lion for the bottom trademark of Hutschenreuther
1939 - left school due to increasing difficulties with National Socialists
1939 – 76 retirement in Stuttgart
Porcelain trademarks of Prof. Fritz Klee:
Bodenmarke 1 Bodenmarke 2 Bodenmarke 3 Bodenmarke 4

Literature / Source:
175 years of Hutschenreuther, a contribution to the company's anniversary, 1989, page 275
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