(1837 - 1918)
Karl Raupp was active/lived in Germany. Karl Raupp is known for landscape, rural genre paintings, animals.
Biography Karl Raupp
Karl Raupp (1837-1918)
Also known as the "Chiemsee Raupp",
he favored motifs depicting the local landscape around Chiemsee and its
inhabitants. Raupp combined the precision of his observation,
characteristic of the Biedermeier style, with contemporary genre
The painter received his artistic training in Frankfurt, at
the Munich Academy, and from Karl Theodor von Piloty. His most
well-known pupils include Karl Wopfner who, like his teacher, also
visited the painters' colony on the Fraueninsel on Lake Chiemsee. The
reputation of this group of artists, the first of its kind in Germany,
extended far beyond the country's borders and attracted painters from
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