(1855 - 1912)
Ludwig Skramstad was active/lived in Norway, Germany. Ludwig Skramstad is known for landscape painting.
Biography Ludwig Skramstad
Ludvig Skramstad (30 December 1855, Hamar - 26 December 1912, Munich) was a Norwegian landscape painter; associated with the Düsseldorfer Malerschule.
His father was a painter and glazier. At the age of fifteen, he went to Oslo to attend the Royal Drawing School. From 1871 to 1874, he attended the private art school operated by Knud Bergslien and Morten Müller, who had a great influence on his style. After 1874, he went to Düsseldorf, where he attended the private school of Sophus Jacobsen, a fellow Norwegian.
In 1875, he took a study trip along the Rhine, then returned to Norway. Once there, he travelled to Gudbrandsdalen, Sogn, Hardanger and Hallingdal. His first exhibition was in 1875 at the Oslo Kunstforening. In 1878, a g
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