(1880 - 1952)
Carl Pluckebaum was active/lived in Germany. Carl Pluckebaum is known for Genre painting.
Biography Carl Pluckebaum
Carl Plückebaum (1880-1952), a German genre painter and etcher, is one of the most
important representatives of the Dusseldorf Neo-Impressionism. At the
age of fourteen, he began an apprenticeship as a gilder in the church
restorer's studio in Dusseldorf. During his spare time, he took private
art lessons from an art painter.
During his five years of artistic
training at the Dusseldorf Art Academy, he studied under Eduard von
Gebhardt and Johann Peter Theodor Janssen. However, his picturesque
imagination clashed with the rigid rules of the Academy's practice. In
1906, he became known to a wider audience due to an exhibition at the
He traveled to Ita
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