Johann Sperl

male / German
lithographer, painter
Buch (Mittelfranken) 1840-11-03
Bad Aibling 1914-07-29
He was interred in the tomb next to Wilhelm Leibl in Würzburg.
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  • Neurenberg 1854 - 1863
    Studying lithography, since 1860 till 1863 in the Kunstgewerbeschule with August von Kreling
  • Arnstadt (Thüringen) 1863 - 1865
    working as a lithopgrapher
  • München 1865 - 1875
    Studying at the Royal Academy with Hermann Anschütz and Arthur von Ramberg; in Munich he met Wilhelm Leibl in 1865, who became a lifelong friend
  • Bad Aibling 1878 - 1892
    Since 1878 Sperl lived and worked in the Upper Bavarian countryside, especially around Bad Aibling
  • Kutterling 1892 - 1910
    Together with Leibl; after his death he stayed on, only to return to Bad Aibling in 1910
  • Bad Aibling 1910 - 1914-07-09
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This field specifies the various subject categories or genres that constitute the oeuvre of the artist in question. The contents of this field are generally based more on the documentation available at the RKD than on the literature.
flower piece, genre, landscape (genre), portrait, still life, fruit piece
Creation date: 1992-01-26; Last modified date: 2021-07-29


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