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Wilhelm Leibl

male / German
Qualifications
painter, draftsman
Nationality/school
German
Born
Keulen 1844-10-23
Deceased
Würzburg 1900-12-04
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son of the musical director of Cologne cathedral
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Had a joint studio with Hirth, Alt and Sperl in the Arcisstrasse in Munich. With Schuch, Trübner and Schider he formed after 1870 in Munich the 'Leibl-Kreis'.
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Biographical information
Education
Königliche Akademie der Bildenden Kunste (München)
under professors Alexander Straehuber and Hermann Anschütz
Active in
  • Keulen 1860 - 1864
    started his artistic carreer as pupil of Hermann Becker
  • München 1864 - 1869
    pupil at the Royal Academy; a joint studio with colleagues since 1866; met with Gustave Courbet in Munich after the 1st International Exhibition in the Glass-Palast, who stimulated him to come to Paris
  • Parijs 1869 - 1870
    on the advise of Courbet
  • München 1870 - 1873
    After 1870 the artistic climate in Munich started to bother him so much, that he retired after 1873 more and more to the country .
  • Graßlfing 1873 - 1874
  • Unterschondorf 1875
  • Berbling 1878 - 1880
  • Bad Aibling 1878 - 1881
  • Keulen 1887 - 1888
  • Kutterling 1892
  • Amsterdam 1898
    visited the Rembrandt exhibition, after 8 September (Stückelberger 1996, p. 54)
  • Haarlem 1898-09-14
    visited the Frans Hals Museum (visitors book, Häder 1999, p. 266)
  • Zandvoort 1898-09
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Subjects
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genre, portrait
Entered on: 1992-01-12; Modification on: 2018-09-24

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