1907, weaf, 57 x 148 cm, lo. ri. monogr. FM on flag of Schleswig-Holstein, min. rest. to one margine. - Probably only 6 copies were produced of the wall hanging. One of them is in the Altonaer Museum in Hamburg. Cf: Dorothee Bieske: Scherrebek, Wandbehänge des Jugendstils, Flensburg 2003, p. 96f, with colour ill. - The weaving school founded in 1896 in the Danish Skaerrebek grew to supraregional importance after Justus Brinckmann, director of the Hamburg arts and crafts museum, was able to convince leading art nouveau artists like H. Vogeler, O. Eckmann, W. Leistikow to supply designs. - Landscape, figure a. animal painter, after being trained as decorative painter he studied at 1894-98 at the Karlsruhe academy under R. Pötzelberger a. C. Grethe a. as master student of L . von Kalckreuth, he continued his studies 1903-04 at the Académie Julian in Paris, he shared a studio with his brother Heinrich in Berlin before moving to Kiel in 1906 where he took up a job at the art school, between 1906 a. 1919 he designed wall hangings for the Scherrebek weaving mills. - Lit.: Thieme-Becker, Bénézit, Bieske: Scherrebek, Ausstellungskatalog Flensburg 2003.