(1859 - 1925)
Fritz Wachenhusen was active/lived in Germany. Fritz Wachenhusen is known for landscape painting.
Biography Fritz Wachenhusen
Friedrich Wachenhusen (1859-1925)
Friedrich Wachenhusen started studying architecture, but then attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Karlsruhe to study painting from 1881 onwards. In Weimar, he became a student of Theodor Hagen, professor of landscape painting. In 1889 Wachenhusen settled in Berlin, where he studied under Eugen Bracht and eventually worked as head of a drawing and painting school. He became a member of the Association of Berlin artists. In the 1890s, he spent a lot of time on the Baltic Sea, where he ran a summer painting school together with Paul Müller-Kaempff, and eventually became a co-founder of the Ahrenshoop artists’ colony. Wachenhusen’s oeuvre mainly comprises motifs of the Mecklenburg countryside as well as som
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