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Albers

[al-berz, ahl-; German ahl-bers] /ˈæl bərz, ˈɑl-; German ˈɑl bɛrs/
noun
1.
Josef, 1888–1976, U.S. painter, born in Germany.
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Albers

/ˈælbəz/
noun
1.
Josef. 1888–1976, US painter, designer, and poet, born in Germany. His works include a series of abstract paintings entitled Homage to the Square
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