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Christian Ernst Bernhard Morgenstern View Across Lake Starnberg to the Benedikte oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   73649
View Across Lake Starnberg to the Benedikte
Oil Painting "View across Lake Starnberg to the Benedikte"/Gemälde "Blick Xber den Starnberger See zur Benediktenwand", Öl auf Papier, auf Holz, 31,5 x 33 cm. Provenienz: Hamburger Kunsthalle 1905 - 1950, seit 1950 Museum Oskar Reinhart am Stadtgarten, Winterthur. cjr


 

Christian Ernst Bernhard Morgenstern View across Lake Starnberg to the Benedikte oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   75233
View across Lake Starnberg to the Benedikte
Description Christian Morgenstern - View Across Lake Starnberg to the Benedikte.jpg Oil Painting "View across Lake Starnberg to the Benedikte"/Gemälde "Blick ber den Starnberger See zur Benediktenwand", Öl auf Papier, auf Holz, 31,5 x 33 cm. cyf


 

Christian Ernst Bernhard Morgenstern Buchen Frederiksdal bei Kopenhagen oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   97098
Buchen Frederiksdal bei Kopenhagen
1828(1828) Medium oil on paper mounted on card Dimensions 25.4 X 33.1 cm (10 X 13 in) cyf


 

Christian Ernst Bernhard Morgenstern Kinderspiel auf dem Hof oil painting artist
  Painting ID::   97426
Kinderspiel auf dem Hof
1857(1857) Medium oil on canvas cyf


 

 
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     Christian Ernst Bernhard Morgenstern
(29 September 1805 - 12 Februar 1867) was a German landscape painter. Morgenstern is regarded as one of the pioneers in Germany of early Realism in painting. He gained this reputation in Hamburg 1826-1829 together with his contemporary Adolph Friedrich Vollmer while both were still studying; from 1830 onwards, Morgenstern, together with Friedrich Wasmann, Johan Christian Dahl and Adolph Menzel, introduced Munich to Realist painting. Morgenstern was born in Hamburg as one of six children to a painter of miniatures, Johann Heinrich Morgenstern (1769-1813). After the early death of his father he was placed as an apprentice in the graphic workshop of the brothers Suhr. Cornelius Suhr took the young Morgenstern as his servant on a two-year journey through Germany to publicise the panorama prints which the brothers Suhr produced. 1822 followed another long journey to St. Petersburg, where they stayed for a year and to Moscow. On their return to Hamburg Morgenstern succeeded in leaving Suhr (Vollmer took his place). He became a student of the Hamburg painter Siegfried Bendixen with whom he stayed from 1824 to 1827, then continued his studies at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen (1827-1828) and undertook study journeys through Sweden and Norway. Bendixen introduced him to the wealthy aristocrat and supporter of the arts, Carl Friedrich von Rumohr, patron to many young Hamburg artists, on whose estate in Holstein he spent several summers. In 1830 Morgenstern went to Munich on Ruhmor's advice. He settled there permanently while undertaking extensive yearly study trips: for the first years through Bavaria, then in the summer of 1836 and in the following summers to the Alsace as guest of a patron of the arts. The winter 1839/40 he returned to Hamburg to stay with his mother. In 1841 he visited Venice and Trieste together with the landscape painter Eduard Schleich and in 1843, and again in 1846 the central Alps. In the summer of 1850 he stayed on Heligoland.