The Hülsenbeck Children is an oil on canvas painting by the Romantic German artist Philipp Otto Runge, executed in 1805–06, which is now in the collection of the Kunsthalle Hamburg. Runge had a short life, dying of tuberculosis at the age of 33, and this work is considered his masterpiece.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Hülsenbeck_Children
Philipp Otto Runge (German:; 1777–1810) was a German artist, draftsman, painter, and color theorist. Runge and Caspar David Friedrich are often regarded as the leading painters of the German Romantic movement.
Philipp Otto Runge, German Romantic painter, draftsman, and art theorist known for his expressive portraits and symbolic landscapes, his allegorical Times of Day cycle of drawings (1805), and his groundbreaking color theory expounded in Colour Sphere (1810). Learn more about Runge’s life and career.
Philipp Otto Runge . Born: July 23, 1777; Wolgast, Western Pomerania, Germany ; Died: December 2, 1810; Hamburg, Germany ; Nationality: German; Art Movement: Romanticism; Field: painting, engraving, art theory, drawing; Friends and Co-workers: Caspar David Friedrich; Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philipp_Otto_Runge
The Hülsenbeck Children is an oil on canvas painting by the Romantic German artist Philipp Otto Runge, executed in 1805–06, which is now in the collection of the Kunsthalle Hamburg. Runge had a short life, dying of tuberculosis at the age of 33, and this work is considered his masterpiece.
Library Catalog. Philipp Otto Runge's Times of Day. The Getty Research Institute has acquired one of the few surviving copies of a first-edition suite of four prints entitled Times of Day by Philipp Otto Runge (1777–1810), a leading painter and theorist of the German Romantic movement.
Philipp Otto Runge: List of works - All Artworks by Date 1→10. List of works. Styles. Genres. Media. 1-20 out of 26 LOAD MORE. List of all 26 artworks by Philipp Otto Runge.
The collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum comprises Greek, Roman, and Etruscan art from the Neolithic to Late Antiquity; European art from the Middle Ages to the early twentieth century; and international photography from its inception to the present day.
Philipp Otto Runge (1777–1810) is not a household name in the U.S., and his suite of four prints commonly known as the Times of Day are rarely seen here. We are fortunate to have recently acquired one of the extremely rare surviving sets of the first edition in a fantastic state of preservation.
Artist: Philipp Otto Runge (German, Wolgast 1777–1810 Hamburg) Date: late 18th–early 19th century. Medium: Silhouette. Dimensions: sheet: 13 9/16 x 11 5/8 in. (34.5 x 29.5 cm) Classification: Cut Paper. Credit Line: Janet Lee Kadesky Ruttenberg Fund, in honor of Colta Ives, and Mary Martin Fund, 2010. Accession Number: 2010.74
Wikimedia, Public Domain. Philipp Otto Runge was born on July 23, 1777, the ninth of 11 children of a tradesman and cargo shipowner and his wife in Wolgast, Pomerania, on the Baltic Sea, then under Swedish rule. As a child, he was frequently ill with tuberculosis, being often educated at home.