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Bernhard Josef Maria Bleecker (born July 26, 1881 in Münster (Westphalia), † 11 March 1968 in Munich) was a German sculptor.
From 1900 on Bleeker studied at the Academy in Munich under Wilhelm von Rümann. In his work, felt Bleeker is committed to the work of Adolf von Hildebrand.
Ingeborg Steinohrt was a master student of Bernhard Bleeker. 
His written legacy is in the German Art Archive in the Germanic National Museum.
Dead Soldier in Munich 1923
Horse tamer in Munich 1931
Spearman in Berlin, 1940
Crown Prince Rupprecht-Fountain at Berchtesgaden, 1960
Crown Prince Rupprecht-Fountain in Munich, 1961
1956 Award in the Visual Arts of the City of Munich
Henseleit Frank: The sculptor Bernhard Bleeker (1881-1968). Life and work. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Augsburg, 2006 (Online - Full text, 307 pages, 2.44 MB PDF)
Pese Claus: More than just art. The archive of fine art in the Germanic National Museum. (= Cultural history walks in the Germanic National Museum, Vol.2). Ostfildern-Ruit 1998, pp. 40-43, 84
Literature by and about Bernhard Bleeker in the catalog of the German National Library
Kai-Britt Albrecht, Lutz Walter: Curriculum Vitae of Bernhard Bleeker in LeMO (DHM and HdG)
Notes and references
↑ Honor Fried Böhm: new plastic in Hanover / artistic taste, patronage, Urban Aesthetics / An example of two decades in the mirror, Capricorn-Verlag, Hannover, 1967, p.83
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