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 Christian Gottlieb Schick  (1776 - 1812)

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Lived/Active: Germany/Italy      Known for: Neo-Classical Allegory and Romantic painting

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Biography from Fred R. Kline Gallery, Inc.:
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Gottlieb Schick’s poetic synthesis of Neo-classical form and Romantic content place him, with Joseph Anton Koch, his fellow expatriate in Rome, among the important few painters of the German Neo-classic movement.

Schick began his art studies in his native Stuttgart (1795-7) under classically-oriented painter Friedrich von Hetsch, who had been a pupil of Jacques-Louis David.  From 1799 to 1802, Schick trained in Paris under David and quickly became one of the master’s favorite students.  During his Paris period, Schick began to develop a more romantic personal style, closer to Poussin, turning away from David’s moralistic and political themes.

In 1802, assisted by a pension from Frederick II, Duke of Wurttemburg, Schick moved to Rome where he achieved notable success during the last ten years of his life.  He is often considered, along with his friend Koch, an important member of the Nazarene Circle of German and Austrian artists working in Rome during the first decades of the 19th century.


Submitted by Fred R. Kline, Fred R. Kline Gallery, Santa Fe, NM

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