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Hans Thoma

Hans Thoma The Rhine Near Sackingen (nn02) oil painting on canvas
The Rhine Near Sackingen (nn02)
Painting ID::  23207
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Hans Thoma The Rhine Near Sackingen (nn02) oil painting on canvas



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  Hans Thoma
  German Symbolist Painter, 1839-1924 German painter, printmaker and museum director. He was the son of a miller, craftsman and smallholder and studied briefly as a lithographer in Basle in 1854 before being apprenticed to a watchcase painter in Furtwangen. Returning home the same year, he started to draw and paint in his spare time. In 1859 he enrolled at the Kunstschule in Karlsruhe, where he studied until 1866 with Ludwig Des Coudres (1820-78) and the landscape painter Johann Wilhelm Schirmer, by whom he was especially influenced. He spent his summer vacations drawing and painting in Bernau, and his landscapes, portraits and genre pictures from this time record his transition from amateur painter to accomplished artist. His pictures of his mother and his sister Agathe
  The Rhine Near Sackingen (nn02)
  1873 Oil on canvas,25 x 40 3/8'' Staatliche Museen Museen Preussischer Kulturbesitz Nationalgalerie,Berlin (west)

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