(1618 - 1666)
Christoph Paudiss was active/lived in Germany. Christoph Paudiss is known for painting.
Biography Christoph Paudiss
Christoph Paudiss studied in Hamburg before moving to Amsterdam, where he entered Rembrandt's studio in circa 1642. In the late 1650s, the artist left Amsterdam and secured patronage from the princely German courts, including Dresden where he worked around 1659-60.
From 1660 onwards he lived in Vienna and Salzburg, and subsequently in Freising. In the last four years before his premature death, Paudiss created some of his finest works for the Prince-Bishop Albrecht Sigismund of Bavaria, which can be found in the Diozesanmuseum, Freising.