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Maximilian Haushofer

male / German
Qualifications
painter, draftsman
Nationality/school
German
Born
Nymphenburg 1811-09-12
Deceased
Starnberg 1866-08-24
In 1865 he was diagnosed with tuberculosis, of which he died in 1866 in Munich, according to Trepesch et al. 2007, p. 169
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Son of Johann Philipp Haushofer, school teacher at the court of king Maximilian I Joseph of Bavaria, and Maria Dorothea. When his father died in 1811 and his mother in 1816, his uncle Michael Boshard took over as parent
Biographical information
Active in
  • Berchtesgaden 1828 - 1832
    During his first study trip around Berchtesgaden and Chiemsee, Hauhofer made drawings in nature and decided to become a landscapist (Trepesch et al. 2007, p. 169)
  • München 1835 - 1866
    During his exhibition in the Munich Kunstverein he sold all his works; in 1849 however the king refused him a place at the Munich Academy, while he was excluded in 1854 from the Kunstverein, as he was not an artist from Munich (Trepesch et al. 2007, p. 169)
  • Italië 1836
    A study trip all over Italy (Trepesch et al. 2007, p. 169)
  • Praag 1842 - 1844
    Participated at the great art exhibition in Prague; in 1844 he became professor there at the Academy
  • München 1858
    partook in the great German historical exhibition in Munich; at the 1861 exhibition, crown princess Viktoria from Prussia bought a painting by Haushofer for her mother, Queen Victoria
Teacher at academy/university
Akademie der bildenden Künste (Praag)
Professor in Prague, 1844
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active in
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Subjects
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landscape (as genre)
Entered on: 1992-01-10; Modification on: 2018-02-10

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