American Impressionist Painter, 1857-1927
Edward Henry Potthast (1857 ?C 1927) was an American Impressionist painter.
He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. From June 10, 1879 to March 9, 1881 he studied with Thomas Satterwhite Noble. He later studied at the Royal Academy in Munich with the American-born instructor Carl Marr. After returning to Cincinnati in 1885 he resumed his studies with Noble. In 1886 he departed for Paris, where he studied with Fernand Cormon. In 1895 he relocated to New York City and remained there until his death in 1927. Related Paintings of Edward Henry Potthast Prints :. | At the Seashore | Green Umbrella | Oil painting of Coney Island | On the Beach | At the beach |
Related Artists:Maxim Nikiforovich Vorobiev
(1787-1855) was a Russian Romantic landscape painter.
Vorobiev was born into the family of a soldier, who on retirement became a guard in the Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg. There, Maxim was admitted in 1798 where he initially studied architecture but graduated as a landscape painter in 1809.
Date of birth: June 8, 1810 at Zwickau, Germany
Died: Jul 29, 1856 in Endenich, Germany Death: July 29, 1856 at Endenich, GermanyBernardo Bellotto
Italian Rococo Era Painter, C.1721-1780
Italian painter and draughtsman. He was a view painter who worked in Italy and later at the courts of Dresden, Vienna, Munich and Warsaw. The nephew and almost certainly the pupil of Canaletto, outside Italy he signed his works de Canaletto and hence became known as Canaletto. He painted both topographical and imaginary views in a style independent of his uncle's, distinguished by cold colour and by the austere geometry of architectural masses.