Georg Hainz  

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Georg Hainz (1630, Altenau – 1700, Hamburg), was a German Baroque painter.

Biography

According to Houbraken who called him Hins, he was the teacher of Ernst Stuven and took him into his home when he noticed how much talent the young boy had.

According to the RKD he was also the teacher of Christian Berentz and is known for still life paintings. He is sometimes called Heintz or Hinz.

He was possibly also the teacher of Franz Werner von Tamm.

Works




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