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Hendrik Heerschop
Alexander the Great and Diogenes
oil on canvas, 136 x 167.7 cm. Date 1661(1661) cjr
ID: 87478

Hendrik Heerschop Alexander the Great and Diogenes
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Hendrik Heerschop Alexander the Great and Diogenes


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Hendrik Heerschop

painted Alexander the Great and Diogenes in 1661   Related Paintings of Hendrik Heerschop :. | A Sea Spell | European city landscape, street landsacpe, construction, frontstore, building and architecture. 165 | Duke Gortchakov | The Women at the Sepulchre | Portrait of I.I Betskoy |
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Austrian 1864-1941
Franz Bischoff
Austrian-born American Painter, 1864-1929 was an American artist known primarily for his beautiful floral paintings and California landscapes. He was born in Bomen, Austria on January 9, 1864 and as a young teenager immigrated to the United States where he became a naturalized citizen. While in Europe, his early training was focused upon applied design, watercolor and ceramic decorations.After having lived and worked in New York, Fostoria, Ohio and Dearborn, Michigan, Franz Bischoff decided to visit California in 1900 and ultimately chose to settle in Los Angeles in 1906. Shortly after arriving, he started making arrangements to design and build a large Italian Renaissance style home in Pasadena that also became his studio. This landmark home was completed in 1908. Inspired by the California countryside, Bischoff set attempted to capture the area's brilliant light and diverse landscapes. Spending less time with ceramic painting, Bischoff painted local farms, fishing wharfs, and coastal landscapes. Recognized during his career for use of color and vivid composition, his paintings always displayed reverence for nature. One critic commented that some of his later works flirted with Expressionism and his use of colors were reminiscent of Fauvism.






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