(1836 - 1914)
Albert Kappis was active/lived in Germany. Albert Kappis is known for Landscape and genre painting.
Biography Albert Kappis
The landscape and genre painter Albert Kappis is regarded as the pioneer of Impressionism in Swabia. Born the son of a pharmacist in the Black Forest, he graduated in 1850 with his uncle, a lithography gate not in Stuttgart, followed by a study under Heinrich von Rustige, Heinrich Funk and Bernhard von Neher at the academy.
In 1860 he joined the history painter Karl von Piloty at the Munich Academy, where he met a circle of other Swabian painters: Carl Ebert, Jacob Green Forest, Theodor Christoph Schüz, Mali and Christian Anton Braith. Influenced by Carl Spitzweg, Carl Eduard Schleich and Ebert himself, Kappis turned in the episode the "paysages intimate" to - the representation of nature as a man-embossed, internalized
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