Feb 17, 2008 · It has also had associations with art that go back to its origins as a machine shop run by Karl Rapp in the days when Wassily Kandinsky was Munich's leading artistic figure, busy with the ...
Karl Friedrich Rapp (24 September 1882 in Ehingen (Danube) – 26 May 1962 in Locarno) was a German founder and owner of the Rapp Motorenwerke GmbH in Munich. In time this company became BMW AG. He is acknowledged by BMW AG as an indirect founder of the company.
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Barbara Rapp (born 1972) – painter and mixed-media artist Erwin Redl (born 1963) – LED installation artist and painter Lily Renée (born 1921), illustrator and writer
However the name BMW dates back to 1913, when the original company to use the name was founded by Karl Rapp (initially as Rapp Motorenwerke GmbH). BMW's first product was a straight-six aircraft engine called the BMW IIIa. Following the end of World War I, BMW remained in business by producing motorcycle engines, farm equipment, household items ...
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BMW was founded in 1917, when the founder of Rapp Motorenwerke, Karl Rapp, was terminated from his own company by his partners, who then had to create a new company name. The remaining partners decided on the name Bayerische Motorenwerke GmbH. From there, the Rapp logo evolved into what it is today.
19th Century American Artists. List of American Artists: ... Karl Albert Buehr: 1866-1952: Painter : Eanger Irving Couse: 1866-1936: Painter : Lydia Field Emmet: 1866 ...
On October 28, 1913, Karl Rapp and his partner Julius Auspitzer purchased the production facilities of Flugwerk Deutschland and founded their own company, Karl Rapp Motorenwerke GmbH.
Third Class Passenger List from the SS Europa of the North German Lloyd, Departing 5 July 1930 from New York to Bremen via Cherbourg and Southampton, Commanded by Captain N. Johnsen.