(1885 - 1936)
Auguste Babberger was active/lived in Germany. Auguste Babberger is known for painting.
In 1895, the Babbergers came from Germany to Basel, Switzerland, where August Babberger spent the best part of his school days and later completed an apprenticeship with a master painter.
Back in Germany he attended a course in etching for a year, and finally received a scholarship for the Accademia Internationale di Belle Arti in Florence, where Augusto Giacometti was his teacher from 1909 to 1911. Symbolism and Art Nouveau influenced Babberger's early work. His model was Ferdinand Hodler, and the links to his style in some of the paintings is unmistakable.
After his studies in Florence, Babberger began to become more and more involved in landscape. Through his wife who was from Lucerne, he familiarized hi ... Displaying 750 of 1600 characters.