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Wilhelm Trubner Landscape with Flagpole oil painting


Landscape with Flagpole
Painting ID::  34022
Wilhelm Trubner
Landscape with Flagpole
mk87 1891 Oil on canvas 48x65cm Winterthur,Stiftung Oskar Reinhart

   
   
     

Wilhelm Trubner On the Sofa oil painting


On the Sofa
Painting ID::  38664
Wilhelm Trubner
On the Sofa
mk138 1872 Oil on canvas 52x45cm

   
   
     

Wilhelm Trubner The Pub on Fraueninsel oil painting


The Pub on Fraueninsel
Painting ID::  54312
Wilhelm Trubner
The Pub on Fraueninsel
mk235 1891 Oil on canvas 48x65cm

   
   
     

Wilhelm Trubner Neuburg Gates oil painting


Neuburg Gates
Painting ID::  54327
Wilhelm Trubner
Neuburg Gates
mk235 1913 Oil on canvas 62x80cm

   
   
     

Wilhelm Trubner Teerosen und Flieder im Glas oil painting


Teerosen und Flieder im Glas
Painting ID::  87092
Wilhelm Trubner
Teerosen und Flieder im Glas
Date 1882(1882) Medium Oil on wood Dimensions 23 x 18 cm cjr

   
   
     

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     Wilhelm Trubner
     German, 1851-1917 was a German realist painter of the circle of Wilhelm Leibl. Trubner was born in Heidelberg and had early training as a goldsmith. In 1867 he met classicist painter Anselm Feuerbach who encouraged him to study painting, and he began studies in Karlsruhe under Fedor Dietz. The next year saw him studying at the Kunstacademie in Munich, where he was to be greatly impressed by an international exhibition of paintings by Leibl and Gustave Courbet. Courbet visited Munich in 1869, not only exhibiting his work but demonstrating his alla prima method of working quickly from nature in public performances. This had an immediate impact on many of the city's young artists, who found Courbet's approach an invigorating alternative to the shopworn academic tradition. The early 1870s were a period of discovery for Tr??bner. He travelled to Italy, Holland and Belgium, and in Paris encountered the art of Manet, whose influence can be seen in the spontaneous yet restrained style of Trubner's portraits and landscapes. During this period he also made the acquaintance of Carl Schuch, Albert Lang and Hans Thoma, German painters who, like Trubner, greatly admired the unsentimental realism of Wilhelm Leibl. This group of artists came to be known as the "Leibl circle". He published writings on art theory in 1892 and 1898, which express above all the idea that "beauty must lie in the painting itself, not in the subject". By urging the viewer to discover beauty in a painting's formal values, its colors, proportions, and surface, Trubner advanced a philosophy of "art for art's sake".

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