Engelbert Gminska was born in the Cologne region, Germany. He participated in several expositions in the Osthaus Folkwang Museum in Hagen, before immigrating to New York in 1913. There he designed stage sets for the Broadway comedy Eugenically Speaking in 1915, and later made illustrations for The Masses, Max Eastman’s socialist journal. In 1917 and 1920 he exhibited at the city’s Society of Independent Artists.
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