(1832 - 1916)
Ferdinand Schauss was active/lived in Germany. Ferdinand Schauss is known for painting.
Biography Ferdinand Schauss
Schauss was a pupil of the Berlin painter Carl Steffeck, who also taught
Max Liebermann and Hans von Marées. In Paris, Schauss was taught by
Léon Cogniet, a contemporary of Théodore Géricault and Eugène Delacroix.
Schauss himself taught at the Weimar Academy during the 1870s.The reverse of the work bears a label from the Chicago world fair in 1893 stating the title to be "Elegie".