German landscape-painter; born in Berlin Aug. 4, 1847. He studied at the Berlin Academy under Schütze and Hermann Schnee, and in 1873 went to Munich, where he became a pupil of Ad. Lier. He is prominent as a painter of subjects from nature, his "Twenty-five Views in the High Alps" (1879) being very artistic productions. In 1883 he exhibited "Isle of Sylt" at Munich. Among his other works are: "Approaching Storm in the Jura Mountains," "View Near Irafoi with Glaciers," "Oyster-Fishing on the North Sea," and "Twilight on the Isle of Sylt."
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