'Idyllic Scene in a Beech Grove'1868, by Friedrich Carl Werner Ebel
Friedrich Carl Werner Ebel also known as Fritz Ebel, Lauterbach (Hasse), 1835 - Dusseldorf, 1895 Idyllic Scene in a Beech Grove, 1868 Oil on canvas Signed and date lower right: F. Ebel 1868
In 1862, Ebel settled down as an independent artist in Düsseldorf, he chose to depict idyllic visions of timeless German landscapes, and highlight them with Romantic style. The beech grove was among Ebel’s favourite subjects and always a way for him to express his talent for colour. This painting, dated 1868, may have been realised or at least inspired by the Harz forest and mountains near Halberstadt where Ebel sojourned that same year.
Nowadays, his paintings are visible in several German museums, such as the Kunsthalle in Bremen, Kunsthalle in Hamburg, Hohhaus-Museum in Lauterbach, Museum der Bildenden Künste in Leipzig, Museum of Wiesbaden and the Van der Heydt Museum .
Technique:Oil on canvas
Size: H 116 cm x W 103 cm x D 8 cm
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