Bochmann, Gregor Alexander Heinrich von (1850 – 1930). Hay Cleaning. (1887)
19 x 14
Lower right – Gv Bochmann 6 ten April 87
Born in Nehatu manor. G. Von Bochmann studied in 1868-71 in Düsseldorf at the Academy of Arts and worked then in Düsseldorf as a liberal painter until 1895, when he became professor of academy. He is still very appreciated in Germany and in whole word as a master of Düsseldorf School. He has participated in most of exhibitions in Düsseldorf, Munich, Vienna, Dresden, and Berlin. He has lots of medals. Bochmann imaged on his paintings his homeland- Estonian’s motives, more than once foreground of forges, because he loved and was able to image horses and their movements. He possessed watercolors, what is also improved with this work. His works are represented in in Düsseldorf’s Museum of Art, Berlin National Gallery, Dresden Art Gallery, München New Pinotek, Tretjakov Gallery in Moskow, and Estonian Art Museum in Tallinn.
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