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Eduard Hildebrandt Felsen bei Capri mit Fischern oil painting


Felsen bei Capri mit Fischern
Painting ID::  84924
Artist: Eduard Hildebrandt
Painting: Felsen bei Capri mit Fischern
Introduction: Date c. 1852(1852) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 24 x 33 cm (9.4 x 13 in) cjr
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eduard Hildebrandt Felsen bei Capri mit Fischern oil painting


Felsen bei Capri mit Fischern
Painting ID::  86796
Artist: Eduard Hildebrandt
Painting: Felsen bei Capri mit Fischern
Introduction: Oil on canvas Dimensions 46 x 60 cm (18.1 x 23.6 in) cyf
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eduard Hildebrandt Felsen bei Capri mit Fischern oil painting


Felsen bei Capri mit Fischern
Painting ID::  88743
Artist: Eduard Hildebrandt
Painting: Felsen bei Capri mit Fischern
Introduction: 1852(1852) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 24 x 33 cm (9.4 x 13 in) cyf
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eduard Hildebrandt Landscape with Black People oil painting


Landscape with Black People
Painting ID::  98214
Artist: Eduard Hildebrandt
Painting: Landscape with Black People
Introduction: 1845(1845) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 36.9 x 58.2 cm cyf
   
   
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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     (1818 - October 25, 1868) was a German painter. He served as apprentice to his father, a house-painter at Danzig. He was not twenty when he came to Berlin, where he was taken in hand by Wilhelm Krause, a painter of sea pieces. Several early pieces exhibited after his deathea breakwater, dated 1838, ships in a breeze off Swinemunde (1840), and other canvases of this and the following yeareshow Hildebrandt to have been a careful student of nature, with inborn talents kept down by the conventionalisms of the formal school to which Krause belonged. Accident made him acquainted with masterpieces of French art displayed at the Berlin Academy, and these awakened his curiosity and envy. He went to Paris, where, about 1842, he entered the atelier of Isabey and became the companion of Lepoittevin. In a short time he sent home pictures which might have been taken for copies from these artists. Gradually he mastered the mysteries of touch and the secrets of effect in which the French at this period excelled. He also acquired the necessary skill in painting figures, and returned to Germany, skilled in the rendering of many kinds of landscape forms. His pictures of French street life, done about 1843, while impressed with the stamp of the Paris school, reveal a spirit eager for novelty, quick at grasping, equally quick at rendering, momentary changes of tone and atmosphere. After 1843 Hildebrandt, under the influence of Humboldt, extended his travels, and in 1864-1865 he went round the world. Whilst his experience became enlarged his powers of concentration broke down. He lost the taste for detail in seeking for scenic breadth, and a fatal facility of hand diminished the value of his works for all those who look for composition and harmony of hue as necessary concomitants of tone and touch. In oil he gradually produced less, in water colours more, than at first, and his fame must rest on the sketches which he made in the latter form, many of them represented by chromolithography. Fantasies in red, yellow and opal, sunset, sunrise and moonshine, distances of hundreds of miles like those of the Andes and the Himalaya, narrow streets in the bazaars of Cairo or Suez, panoramas as seen from mast-heads, wide cities like Bombay or Pekin, narrow strips of desert with measure-less expanses of skyall alike display his quality of bravura. Hildebrandt died at Berlin on the 25th of October 1868. . Related Artists to Eduard Hildebrandt : | Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta | Francois Bernard | Axel Johan Fagerplan | Jan Veth | Oliver Kemp |

 

 

 

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