Franz Pforr (5 April 1788 – 16 June 1812) was a painter of the German Nazarene movement.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franz_Pforr
Franz Pforr (5 April 1788 – 16 June 1812) was a painter of the German Nazarene movement.
Read More. Other articles where Franz Pforr is discussed: Nazarene: …of them, Friedrich Overbeck, Franz Pforr, Ludwig Vogel, and Johann Konrad Hottinger, moved in 1810 to Rome, where they occupied the abandoned monastery of Sant’Isidoro.
In 1810 four of them, Johann Friedrich Overbeck, Franz Pforr, Ludwig Vogel and Johann Konrad Hottinger (1788-1827) moved to Rome, where they occupied the abandoned monastery of San Isidoro. They were joined by Philipp Veit , Peter von Cornelius , Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld , Friedrich Wilhelm Schadow and a loose grouping of other German ...
Artist: Franz Pforr (German, Frankfurt 1788–1812 Rome) Former Attribution: Moritz von Schwind (Austrian, Vienna 1804–1871 Munich) Date: ca. 1807. Medium: Pen and dark brown ink. Dimensions: Sheet: 9 1/4 in. × 14 in. (23.5 × 35.6 cm) Classification: Drawings. Credit Line: The Elisha Whittelsey Collection, The Elisha Whittelsey Fund, 2014
DFG Research Project on the Painterly Techniques of the Nazarene Movement. In 1808, a group of artists came together in Vienna which included figures such as Franz Pforr, Friedrich Overbeck, Joseph Wintergerst and Ludwig Vogel. They were united by a shared interest in the epoch of the Middle Ages and the early Renaissance.
1.11 Franz Pforr, Entry of Rudolf I of Habsburg into Basel in the Year 1273, 1808–1810, oil on canvas, 90.5 × 118.9 cm, Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main 1.12 Franz Pforr, Rudolf Count of Habsburg and the Priest, 1809–1810, oil on canvas, 45.5 × 54.5 cm, Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main 1.13 Franz Pforr, Joseph Frescoes, detail
Career: 1805 – enters Vienna Academy; volunteers as a guard in Vienna militia; suffers nervous breakdown. 1806 – returns to Vienna Academy. 1809 – co-founds Nazarenes (Lukasbund) with Friedrich Overbeck, Ludwig Vogel, Joseph Wintergerst, Joseph Sutter and Johann Konrad Hottinger. 1810 – moves to Rome with Nazarenes.
The Hero paintings portray not specific people, but types that convey historical and spiritual overtones. Man in the Moon—Franz Pforr evokes the romantic vision of Pforr and the legendary heroes in his work, such as Saint George Slaying the Dragon (Collection Noll, Frankfurt am Main).
Intentionally clad in a plain grey garment and a black beret, Rudolf von Habsburg rides into the city of Basel with his opulent entourage. He had been elected emperor in Frankfurt a short while previously. In a rigorous, flat composition and with brilliant local colours, this is the Nazarene Pforr's idealised version of the Middle Ages, "where ...
Title: Portrait of the Painter Franz Pforr; Creator: Friedrich Overbeck; Date Created: 1810/1865; Physical Dimensions: w47.0 x h62.0 cm; Type: Painting; Technique and material: Oil on canvas;...