Brugman, Til

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Name
Brugman, Til Gender: F
Mathilda Maria Petronella Brugman
born on 16 September 1888 at 10:00 (= 10:00 AM )
Place Amsterdam, Netherlands, 52n22, 4e54
Timezone LMT m4e54 (is local mean time)
Data source
BC/BR in hand
Rodden Rating AA
Collector: Scholfield
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_vircol.18.gif 23°55' s_mo.18.gif s_aqucol.18.gif 08°11 Asc.s_scocol.18.gif 08°42'



Til Brugman
photo: Brugman, license cc-by-sa-3.0

Biography

Dutch author, poet and linguist, who from 1926 to 1935 lived in The Hague and later in Berlin with the German Dada artist Hannah Höch.

In 1935 she published Scheingehacktes: Grotesken mit Zeichnungen von Hannah Höch.

In 1952 she received the Marianne Philips Prize and the Novels Prize (Amsterdam) for her work.

Brugman died on 24 July 1958, aged 69, in Gouda, Netherlands.

Link to Wikipedia biography

Relationships

  • spousal equivalent relationship with Höch, Hannah (born 1 November 1889). Notes: 1926-1935

Events

  • Relationship : Begin significant relationship 1917 (Sienna Masthoff)
  • Relationship : End significant relationship 1926 (Sienna Masthoff)
  • Relationship : Begin significant relationship 1926 (Hannah Höch)
  • Relationship : End significant relationship 1935 (Hannah Höch)
  • Health : Medical diagnosis 1937 (Chronic kidney disease)
  • Health : Medical diagnosis 1946 (Angina)
  • Work : Prize 1952 (Novels Prize)
  • Work : Prize 1952 (Marianne Philips Prize)

Source Notes

Sy Scholfield submitted birth certificate n°10447 from the Den Haag archives: "des voor middags ten tien ure" (at ten o'clock in the morning).

Categories

  • Family : Relationship : Mate - Same sex
  • Passions : Sexuality : Lesbian
  • Vocation : Education : Teacher
  • Vocation : Humanities+Social Sciences : Linguist
  • Vocation : Writers : Fiction
  • Vocation : Writers : Poet
  • Vocation : Writers : Translator
  • Notable : Awards : Vocational award (Novels Prize, 1952)
  • Notable : Awards : Vocational award (Marianne Philips Prize, 1952)