Johann anton ramboux

German, 1790 - 1866 German painter, draughtsman and museum curator. He was taught drawing by Jean-Henri Gilson (1741-1809), before he went to Paris for further training in the studio of Jacques-Louis David. In 1812 he returned to Trier, painting portraits until 1815, when he spent a year at the Akademie der Bildenden K?nste in Munich. In 1816 he went to Rome, where he was part of the Nazarene circle without becoming a member of the Lukasbr?der. Close association with these artists, notably Peter Cornelius, Carl Philipp Fohr and Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld, had a more lasting influence on Ramboux's artistic development than his earlier studies with David

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Johann anton ramboux Adam and Eve after Expulsion from Eden (mk45) oil painting


Adam and Eve after Expulsion from Eden (mk45)
Painting ID::  25951
Artist: Johann anton ramboux
Painting: Adam and Eve after Expulsion from Eden (mk45)
Introduction: 1818 Oil on canvas 115x139.5cm Cologne,Wallraf-Richartz-Museum
   
   
     

Johann anton ramboux Young lady at her toilet combing her hair oil painting


Young lady at her toilet combing her hair
Painting ID::  93895
Artist: Johann anton ramboux
Painting: Young lady at her toilet combing her hair
Introduction: 18th century Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 94 x 73.3 cm (37 x 28.9 in) cjr
   
   
     

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     German, 1790 - 1866 German painter, draughtsman and museum curator. He was taught drawing by Jean-Henri Gilson (1741-1809), before he went to Paris for further training in the studio of Jacques-Louis David. In 1812 he returned to Trier, painting portraits until 1815, when he spent a year at the Akademie der Bildenden K?nste in Munich. In 1816 he went to Rome, where he was part of the Nazarene circle without becoming a member of the Lukasbr?der. Close association with these artists, notably Peter Cornelius, Carl Philipp Fohr and Julius Schnorr von Carolsfeld, had a more lasting influence on Ramboux's artistic development than his earlier studies with David