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Wilhelm Frey (1826-1911) "Friendship", oil on canvas, late 19th century
Price: 4500 EUR
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Wilhelm Frey (1826 Karlsruhe - 1911 Mannheim) began his art study (still as a schoolboy) with historical painter Karl Koopmann. In 1845-1852 he visited Munich Academy of Fine Art. In that period he made acquitance with his colleague Heinrich Heinlein, settled in latter's house and became his collaborator (he painted figural staffage in alpine landscapes of Herinlein). From 1852 he is parallely active as an opera singer (tenor). Between 1855-1869 he performs at stages of Hermannstadt, Mannheim, Schwerin, Berlin, Breslau and Meiningen. In 1889, together with his first wife (sister of Berlin artist Charles Hoguet) he settled at Achensee Lake in Tyrol where he painted landscapes and animalist paintings. To that time he was strongly influenced by works of Bavarian animalists Anton Braith and Friedrich Voltz.
Our images nr. 7-12 show several other animalist paintings by this artist.
Condition: good; in origianal oak frame
Creation Year: late 19th century
Measurements:UNFRAMED:39,8x55,0cm/15,7x21,7in FRAMED: 69,2x83,5cm/27,2x32,9in
Object Type:Framed oil painting
Style: Dog paintings
Technique: oil on canvas
Inscription:signed and titled: "Freundschaft /W. Frey. M.(annheim)
Creator: Wilhelm Frey
Creator Dates: 1826-1911
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