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Carl Felber

 (1880 - 1932)
Carl Friedrich Felber was active/lived in Switzerland.  Carl Felber is known for landscape painting.

Biography   Carl Felber


Carl Friedrich Felber initially received private drawing and painting lessons and then attended the art school of Hermann Gattinger.  Later he moved to Paris and became acquainted with the technique of etching at the Académie Julian.  From 1900 Felber was a pupil at the painting school of Simon Hollósy in Munich.

A year later he moved to Dachau where he joined Adolf Hölzl and Ludwig Dill and became a co-founder of the Dachau artists’ colony.  For a while he led his own painting school.  Felber‘s oeuvre mainly includes oil paintings of Bavarian and Swiss landscapes as well as some large format aquatints.


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Winter Landscape.
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Alpenlandschaft. 1919
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