(1858 - 1936)
Charles Vetter was active/lived in Germany. Charles Vetter is known for painting.
Charles Vetter moved in 1881 from East Prussia to Munich to study at the Academy of Fine Arts painting. Apart from brief interruptions, cousin lived in the Bavarian capital, which offered him diverse motives for his works. Over several decades, the painter was destined success with its influenced by Impressionism works. He exhibited regularly at the Munich Glass Palace and the Munich Secession his works. In 1906 he joined the Munich association "German Association of Artists - The watchman eV" in, the like-minded secessionists, the recent developments rejected as Expressionism, were members including Otto Pippel, Edward Cucuel, Ludwig Dill, Erich Erler, Friedrich Kallmorgen and Julius Seyler. Cousin oeuvre is mainly driven by urban views 19 ... Displaying 750 of 1132 characters.