(1805 - 1891)
Carl Wilhelm Friedrich Oesterley was active/lived in Germany. Carl Oesterley is known for religious painting, altarpieces.
Biography Carl Oesterley
Carl August Heinrich Ferdinand Oesterley (January 23, 1839 - December 16, 1930) was a German landscape painter who eventually specialized in scenes from Norway. He was a native of Göttingen, the son of painter Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Oesterley. He attended classes at the Polytechnikum in Hannover, where he studied under his father. Beginning 1857, he attended the Kunstakademie (Art Academy) in Düsseldorf, where he studied painting under Ernst Deger and Eduard Bendemann.
During a visit to Lübeck in 1865, where he copied Hans Memling's Passion, he made some attempts at architectural and landscape painting. These turned out so well that from then on he dedicated himself to landscape painting. Beginning in 1870 he focused his artis
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