Benno Rafael Adam (15 July 1812, Munich - 8 March 1892, Kelheim) was a German animal painter. He was the eldest son of the painter Albrecht Adam, and distinguished himself especially by his depictions of game animals, hunting dogs and pets in larger compositions (deer and boar hunting, fox baiting, etc.)
He was associated with the Chiemsee artists' colony at a fresh water lake in Bavaria near Rosenheim.
In addition to his paintings, he illustrated several textbooks and manuals, including Anleitung zur Rindviehzucht und zur verschiedenartigen Benutzung des Hornviehs (Guide to Beef Cattle Breeding and the Diverse Use of Horned Cattle) by Heinrich Wilhelm von Pabst, J. G. C
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