"Flamm - Italian artist of the 19th century"

Albert Flamm


"Flamm - Italian artist of the 19th century"

(1823 Cologne - 1906 Düsseldorf) Two Italian girls and a rider resting at a fountain in the Roman countryside. This work by Flamm, characterized by its motif and stylistic typicality, depicts a street scene flooded with light. It is atmospherically composed, with vibrant colors, portraying multiple aspects of life on the Via Appia. Flamm studied at the Düsseldorf Academy under Andreas Achenbach. He was also close friends with his brother Oswald and undertook several study trips with him. From 1850 to 1853, they traveled together to Italy, where they lived in Rome with Arnold Böcklin and then went on to explore the Roman countryside. Alongside Oswald Achenbach, Flamm became one of the most important "Italian painters" and was already renowned for his Campagna landscapes as early as 1868. Since 1870, he began to represent Oswald Achenbach at the Academy. Flamm also played an active role in the Düsseldorf art scene. In 1848, he was one of the founders of the artist association "Malkasten". Oil on mahogany panel. Signed. Dimensions: 39 cm x 50 cm. Framed.

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10 May 2024

722 600,00

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Author Albert Flamm

Style Landscape

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