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German
Born
Heidelberg 1851-02-03
Deceased
Karlsruhe 1917-12-21
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Son of the gold and silversmith Johann Georg and his wife Anna Maria Trübner
See also
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member of Leibl's circle
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Biographical information
Education
Akademie für Gold- und Silberschmiedekunst (Hanau)
1867
Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Karlsruhe (Zweigstelle Karlsruhe)
In 1867 he began to study at the Kunstschule in Karlsruhe, where his tutors included Karl Friedrich Schick (Turner et al. 1996)
Akademie der Bildenden Künste (München)
Trübner moved to Munich in 1869 to study with Alexander von Wagner at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste from 1869 to Winter 1871 , where he also met Wilhelm. (Turner et al. 1996)
Active in
  • Hanau (Darmstadt) 1867
    year of study at the Akademie für Gold- und Silberschmiedekunst in Hanau (Heilmann/Bahns 1995)
  • Karlsruhe 1867 - 1868
    Recommend in 1868 to study at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste in Münich (Heilmann/Bahns 1995)
  • München 1868 - 1869
  • Stuttgart 1869
    Autumn 1869 pupil of Hans Canon in Stuttgart (Heilmann/Bahns 1995)
  • Bernried 1871
    in Summer 1871 he worked with Wilhelm Leibl in Bernried on the Starnberg Lake (Thieme/Becker 1907-1950)
  • Heidelberg 1871
    Autumn 1871 in Heidelberg (Heilmann/Bahns 1995)
  • München 1871
  • Venetië 1872
  • Florence 1872
  • Rome 1872
    Trübner made in 1872 a long study trip to Italy, to Venice, Florence and Rome, where he met Anselm Feurerbach (Thieme/Becker 1907-1950; Heilmann/Bahns 1995)
  • München 1873 - 1896
    Trübner settles for a longer stay in Münich (Heilmann/Bahns 1995); returned 1875 to Munich after vast foreign travels (Trepesch et al. 2007)
  • Brussel 1874
    in January 1874 trip to Brussels (Heilmann/Bahns 1995)
  • Nederland 1874
  • Den Haag 1874
    trip to The Hague where a visit was made to the art dealer Goupil ((Heilmann/Bahns 1995)
  • Chiemsee (meer) 1891
    prolonged study trip to Fraueninsel, an island in the Chiemsee and the monastery Seon
  • Ermatingen 1891
    study trip along Lake Constance/Bodensee
  • Schwarzwald (woud) 1891
    worked on mount Plättig in the Black Forest
  • München 1892 - 1896
    joined the Munich Sezession together with Lovis Corinth and Max Slevogt in 1892; 1894 he joined the Freie Vereinigung of Art-Nouveau artists
  • Italië 1896
    after 1896
  • Nederland 1896
    after 1896
  • België 1896
    after 1896
  • Frankrijk 1896
    after 1896
  • Zwitserland 1896
    after 1896
  • Verenigd Koninkrijk 1896
  • Londen (Engeland) 1896
    After 1896, when he left the Münich, he travelled widely, visiting Italy, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Switzerland and England. In London he met important academicians such as Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Hubert von Herkomer and Frederic Leighton (Turner et al. 1996)
  • Frankfurt am Main 1896 - 1903
    In 1896 he became Director of the Städelsches Kunstinstitut in Frankfurt am Main, and the following year he founded a private art school there. (Turner et al. 1996)
  • Karlsruhe 1903 - 1917
    In 1903 he was appointed Director of the Kunstschule in Karlsruhe (Turner et al. 1996)
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Subjects
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.
animal painting (genre), figure, genre, history (as a genre), landscape (as genre), portrait, still life
Creation date: 1992-01-26; Last modified date: 2018-10-09

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