(1834 - 1910)
Eduard Ockel was active/lived in Germany, France. Eduard Ockel is known for Landscape and wild animal painting.
Biography Eduard Ockel
Eduard Ockel (born February 1, 1834 in Schwante near Kremmen, Brandenburg Province, † March 2, 1910 in Berlin) was a German painter.
He received his first artistic lessons at the Art Academy in Berlin with Carl Constantin Heinrich Steffeck. There Ockel was particularly interested in portraits; besides, he already created some remarkable animal pictures during this time. On the recommendation of his teacher, Ockel later went to Paris and became a student in Thomas Coutures' studio.
In addition to training in Paris, Ockel - according to his own statements - owed his inspiration to the different landscapes of France. On a study trip, Ockel discovered Normandy for himself and later the Fontainebleau forest. There he settled in Bar
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