Johann Georg Trautmann
(1713 - 1769)
Johann Georg Trautmann was active/lived in Germany. Johann Trautmann is known for Religious, portrait, and genre painting.
Biography Johann Georg Trautmann
A native of Zweibrücken, the painter and printmaker Johann Georg
Trautmann completed his apprenticeship with the ducal court painter
Ferdinand Bellon. By 1740, Trautmann went to Frankfurt and came first in
the workshop of the facade painter Hugo Schlegel, later in that of
tapestry painter Gabriel Kiesewetter.
It is unknown when exactly
Trautmann opened his own workshop. His earliest known painting dates to
1751. Trautmann's paintings are influenced by Dutch and
Flemish art, but also by German paintings of the 17th century.
created religious history paintings according to the Old and New
Testaments, character studies and heads in the manner of the Dutch
'tronies', some portraits, and
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