(1828 - 1892)
Otto Brandt was active/lived in Germany. Otto Brandt is known for figure, genre, barnyard animals.
Biography Otto Brandt
The artist was born in 1828
as the nephew of Karl Begas in Berlin and studied at the Berlin Academy,
where he also worked for illustrated magazines from 1850-52. For a
short period he also learned in Paris as pupil of Léon Coginet. In the
late 1854 he permanently settled in Rome.
Brandt is especially known for
his masterful, colorfully composed sketches, but he also produced a
number of works in oil, gouache and watercolor, whereby landscapes and
genre scenes were his favorite motifs. His works are on display at the
National Gallery in Kassel and at the Märkisches Museum in Berlin. The
German artist association in Rome also owns a large oil painting by the