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ID: 500125107
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Record Type: Person
Natterer, August (German draftsman and naive artist, 1868-1933)

Note: August Natterer, given the pseudonym 'Neter' by his psychiatrist to protect him and his family, suffered from schizophrenia and believed himself to be a relative of Napoleon. He began producing a number of drawings in 1911, executed with fanatic precision with a sharp pencil and ruler. Natterer's art is featured in Hans Prinzhorn's book "Artistry of the mentally ill."

Names:
Natterer, August (preferred,V,index)
August Natterer (V,display)
Neter, August (V)

Nationalities:
German (preferred)

Roles:
artist (preferred)
draftsman
naive artist

Gender: male

List/Hierarchical Position:
 ....  Persons, Artists
 ........  Natterer, August (I)

Biographies:
(German draftsman and naive artist, 1868-1933) ..... [VP Preferred]

Additional Names:

Sources and Contributors:
August Natterer ........ [VP]
................................  Getty Vocabulary Program rules
Natterer, August ........ [VP Preferred]
..................................  Library of Congress Authorities online (2002-) nr2002002002; Accessed 30 March 2006
Neter, August ........ [VP]
............................  Cardinal, Outsider Art (1972) 94

Subject: ........ [Gallery Systems, VP]
....................  Cardinal, Outsider Art (1972) 94
....................  Gallery Systems (2000-) LOC ID: nr2002002002
....................  Getty Vocabulary Program rules
....................  Library of Congress Authorities database (n.d.) LOC ID: nr2002002002
....................  Library of Congress Authorities online (2002-) nr 2002002002; Accessed 30 March 2006; nr2002002002
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
.......... Cardinal, Outsider Art (1972) 94
.......... Prinzhorn, Artistry of the mentally ill (1995)
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