(1859 - 1932)
Paul Baum was active/lived in Germany, Italy. Paul Baum is known for neo-impressionist landscape painting and teaching.
Biography Paul Baum
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Paul Baum spent his youth in Meißen, where he began an apprenticeship
as a flower painter at the porcelain manufacture at the age of
17. A leave of absence for the purpose of visiting the Dresden
Kunstakademie resulted in his decision, in 1878, to abandon his
apprenticeship and continue his studies in Weimar. Until 1878, as
a student, he spent the summer months travelling to northern Germany,
Holland and Flanders.
Baum returned to Dresden after finishing his studies and joined
Friedrich Preller the younger as a pupil. He joined the Dachau
painter colony in 1888 and worked in Allach near Munich. During a trip
to Paris in March 1890 Baum saw works by the Impressionists Monet,
Pissarro and Sisley.
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