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Carl Gustav Carus

Carl Gustav Carus Oaks at the Sea Shore oil painting on canvas
Oaks at the Sea Shore
Painting ID::  43973
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Carl Gustav Carus Oaks at the Sea Shore oil painting on canvas



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  Carl Gustav Carus
  German Romantic Painter, 1789-1869 German painter and draughtsman. As well as being an artist, he achieved considerable success as a doctor, a naturalist, a scientist and a psychologist. As an artist, he was concerned almost exclusively with landscape painting, although he never practised it professionally. While still at school in Leipzig, he had drawing lessons from Julius Diez; he subsequently studied under Johann Veit Schnorr von Carolsfeld (1764-1841) at the Oeser drawing academy. From 1813 he taught himself oil painting, copying after the Dresden landscape painter Johann Christian Klengel, whom he visited in his studio. In 1811 after six years at university he graduated as a doctor of medicine and a doctor of philosophy.
  Oaks at the Sea Shore
  1835 Oil on canvas, 117,5 x 162,5 cm

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