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* 1867 in Meißen; † 1912 in Leipzig
Oscar Bluhm was a german painter and illustrator. His early works showed war topics, later on he attended to portrait paintings. Most oft them dealt with the live oft he higher class and their leisure time activities. From 1892 he worked as illustrator for the journal „Fliegende Blätter“ and „Meggendorfer Blätter“. He illustrated the Book „Der verlorene Sohn“ from Nataly von Eschstruth.