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Franz von Lenbach
Dorfstrabe von Aresing
1856(1856) Medium oil on canvas mounted on board Dimensions 36.7 ?? 46.1 cm cyf
ID: 97307

Franz von Lenbach Dorfstrabe von Aresing
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Franz von Lenbach Dorfstrabe von Aresing


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Franz von Lenbach

Shrobenhausen 1836-Munich 1904 German painter. The son of a master builder, he trained for his father's profession at the Kenigliche Landwirtschafts- und Gewerbeschule in Landshut, also working from 1851 in the sculpture studio of Anselm Sickinger (1807-73) in Munich. His elder brother, Karl August Lenbach (1828-47), had already become involved with painting, and it was through him that Franz Lenbach met Johann Baptist Hofner (1832-1913), an artist who had studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Kenste in Munich. They went on sketching expeditions together, and Hofner introduced him to plein-air painting. After spending two semesters at the Polytechnische Schule in Augsburg (1852-3), and some months in the studio of Albert Grefle (1807-89), a portrait painter in Munich, Lenbach entered the Akademie in Munich in 1854. In 1857 he attended the classes of Karl Theodor Piloty (later von Piloty), who was renowned for his history paintings. Lenbach produced his first important painting, the Angel Appearing to Hagar in the Desert (1858; destr.), while in this class, followed by Peasants Trying to Take Shelter from a Thunderstorm in a Chapel (1858; destr.; oil sketch, Schweinfurt, Samml. Schefer). The sale of this picture, together with a scholarship, enabled him to accompany Piloty on a journey to Rome with Ferdinand von Piloty (1828-95),   Related Paintings of Franz von Lenbach :. | Young Boy in the Sun | Portrait of a little girl with cat | Prince Otto Von Bismarck (san 05) | Portrait einer Dame | Dorfstrabe von Aresing |
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