(1843 - c. 1901/05)
Karl Kaufmann was active/lived in Austria. Karl Kaufmann is known for luminist marine, architecture, figure and landscape painting.
Karl Kaufmann started his artistic education at the Academy of Arts in
Vienna. He subsequently travelled through European countries, such as
Norway, the Netherlands, Germany or Italy. Kaufmann developed a
sensitive feeling for environments and atmospheres, which helped him to
specialize in landscape and architectural painting. One special feature
of his oeuvre is the habit to sign his works with pseudonyms. For
instance, the names B. Lambert, Charles Marchand, C. Charpentier, J.
Holmstedt or Ch. Laarsen are well-known signatures by Kaufmann. The
majority of his works belongs to private collections, today. (cbo)