Wilhelm Eberhardt was active/lived in Germany. Wilhelm Eberhardt is known for painting.
Born in Hamburg, the artist initially trained as a decorative painter. He subsequently studied at the Hamburg Academy of Fine Arts as well as at the educational institution of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Berlin as a student of Max Seliger. From 1900 onwards, he worked on the facade paintings of the German pavilion for the World Exhibition in Paris under the leadership of Richard Boehland. Then Eberhardt worked in a studio for decorative painting in Berlin for two years, during this period he predominately created religious art. In addition to this, he copied the old masters, which were exhibited in the Berlin museums.
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