Stuttgart School and plein air painting: a vibrant landscape with a rural idyll.

Karl Ebert


Stuttgart School and plein air painting: a vibrant landscape with a rural idyll.

(1821 Stuttgart - 1885 Munich) Landscape with Village Idyll. The loosely executed landscape, painted with a lively temperament, showcases a style that is focused on overall harmony. It bears the influential mark of the works of the Haag School and the Barbizon School, particularly the plein air painting of Charles-François Daubigny. It is likely that the artist became acquainted with these influences during his visit to the World Exhibition in Paris in 1867 and his trips to Holland in 1866 and 1870. Oil on canvas. Signed. Dimensions: 29.5 cm x 37.5 cm. Framed. Provenance: Kunsthaus Bühler, Stuttgart.

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03 Apr 2024

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Author Karl Ebert

Style Landscape

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