Karl Barenfanger is known for Landscape, still life, and cityscape painting.
Biography Karl Barenfanger
(1888-?) first studied with Johan Thorn-Prikker at the Kunstgewerbeschule in
Krefeld, then under Wilhelm Trübner at the Academy in Karlsruhe.
Bärenfänger exhibited with the artists' group 'Das Junge Rheinland' and
in 1925 he was honored with a solo exhibition by the Aachener
His motifs included landscapes as well as still lifes
and cityscapes. The artist's oeuvre shows characteristics of the Rhenish
Expressionism, but was also influenced by the New Objectivity and his
stay at the Académie Ranson in Paris. (tfa)