(1855 - 1915)
Oskar Frenzel was active/lived in Germany. Oskar Frenzel is known for painting.
Biography Oskar Frenzel
Oskar Frenzel was born in 1855 in Berlin. Initially, he studied at
the school of the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Berlin, until he
transferred to the Academy of Arts in 1884 and became a student of Paul
Meyerheim (1842-1915) and Eugen Pracht (1842-1921).
At the beginning of
his career he primarily focused on lithography. Later he dedicated
himself thoroughly to animal and landscape painting. A popular and
recurring theme of his art are peacefully grazing cattle at dusk.
1899 he exhibited a piece of his artwork at the Berliner Secession.
Frenzel was a member of the Prussian Academy of Arts from 1904 until
1915. Frenzel passed away in 1915. (msc)