(1796 - 1866)
Karl Friedrich Schulz was active/lived in Germany. Karl Schulz is known for Landscape, marine, military, and hunting scene painting.
Biography Karl Schulz
Born as the son of a master baker in Berlin, Carl Friedrich Schulz
studied at the art academies in Berlin and Düsseldorf. In 1814 and 1815
he took part in the wars against Napoleon. Then he traveled to the
Rhineland, France, England and the Netherlands, where he painted sea
studies and copied paintings by Jan van Eyck by order of the
In 1841 Schulz was appointed professor at the
Academy in Berlin. In 1847 he worked for the Russian Czar in St.
Petersburg. Schulz painted landscapes, marine and military scenes and
especially hunting scenes, which earned him the name of 'Jagdschulz
(Hunting Schulz)'. (fea)
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