Carl Eduard Ferdinand Blechen (29 July 1798 – 23 July 1840) was a German landscape painter and a professor at the Academy of Arts, Berlin. His distinctive style was characteristic of the Romantic ideals of natural beauty .
Carl Eduard Ferdinand Blechen (29 July 1798, Cottbus – 23 July 1840, Berlin) was a German landscape painter and a Professor at the Academy of Arts, Berlin. His distinctive style was characteristic of the Romantic ideals of natural beauty. His father was a minor tax official from Regensburg.
Carl Blechen wurde 1798 in der Luckischen Gasse (heute Berliner Straße) in Cottbus geboren. Er kam aus bescheidenen Verhältnissen. Sein Vater Adrian Blechen war ein Steuerbeamter aus Regensburg und seine Mutter Johanna Christiana, geborene Happatz, die Tochter eines wendischen Schneiders.
Artworks. See all 4 artworks ›. The Interior of the Palm House on the Pfaueninsel Near Potsdam, 1834. Carl Blechen. Church and Graveyard in the Snow by Moonlight, 1827. Carl Blechen. Pilgrim in the Woods, 1825. Carl Blechen. Ruins of a Castle, 1825/27.
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Carl Blechen. 1798 - 1840. Image: Karl Blechen, 'Self Portrai’, 1823, Berlin, Galerie der Romantik © akg-images. Blechen gave up a job in a bank to become an artist in 1820, entering the Academy in Berlin to study landscape. Late in 1828 he set out for Italy, where he spent nine months with the community of German artists in Rome and painted ...
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The Interior of the Palm House on the Pfaueninsel Near Potsdam, commonly shortened to The Interior of the Palm House or The Palm House (German: Das Innere des Palmenhauses), is the title of two paintings in oil on canvas by Carl Blechen.
Artist Place of Birth: Cottbus, Germany. Artist Dates: 1798-07-29/1840-07-23. In 1832 Friedrich Wilhelm III commissioned Blechen to paint the palm house that had been constructed to Schinkel’s designs on the Pfaueninsel (Peacock Isla...