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Franz von Lenbach

male / German
Nationality/school
German
Born
Schrobenhausen 1836-12-13
Deceased
München 1904-05-06
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  • Schrobenhausen 1842 - 1848
    visited the Werktagsschule Schrobenhausen
  • Landshut 1848 - 1851
    visited the school for agriculture
  • München 1851 - 1852
    learned to be a mason and learned with the sculptor Anselm Sickinger
  • Augsburg 1852 - 1853
    visited the polytechnical school
  • München 1854 - 1858
  • Rome 1858
  • München
  • Parijs
  • Weimar (Thüringen) 1858 - 1861
  • Rome 1863 - 1865
  • Florence 1865 - 1866
  • München 1866 - 1867
    Lenbach introduced his friend August Wolf to Count Schack. Lenbach copied for Schack in Rome, Florence and Madrid exclusively in galleries and mostly smaller formats, while Wolf copied in Venetian churches for Schack.
  • Basel (Zwitserland) 1867
    visited A. Böcklin; travelled through Basel and Paris to Madrid
  • Parijs 1867
  • Madrid (Spanje) 1867
  • Tanger 1867 - 1868
  • München 1886 - 1870
  • Wenen 1870 - 1875
    going back and forth between Munich and Vienna
  • Amsterdam 1873-08-15
    visisted the Rijksmuseum (visitor's book, Häder 1999, p. 266)
  • Haarlem 1873-08
    visited the Frans Halsmuseum (visitor's book, Ten Doesschate Chu 1987, Häder 1999, p. 266, )
  • Egypte 1875
  • Griekenland 1875
  • Italië 1875
  • München
  • Antwerpen 1877
    visited the 1877 Rubens festival in Antwerp in with H. Makart, Lorenz Gedon, Friedrich August von Kaulbach and Wilhelm Hecht
  • München 1877 - 1883
  • Rome 1883 - 1887
  • München 1887 - 1904
  • Den Haag 1888-08
  • Amsterdam 1888-08
    spent several days with Wilhelm Busch
  • Haarlem 1888-08-20
    visited the Frans Halsmuseum (visitor's book, Ten Doesschate-Chu 1987)
  • München
  • Amsterdam 1891-08-28 - 1891-09-08
    or longer, spent several days with Wilhelm Busch (Häder 1999, p. 266)
  • München
  • Amsterdam 1895
    Mehl et al. 1980, p. 39
  • München
  • Amsterdam 1898-10
    Mehl et al. 1980, p. 29-30
  • München
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caricature, portrait
Entered on: 1990-04-11; Modification on: 2018-10-01

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