|Biografien bildernder Künstler von der Klassik bis Heute|
|Es befinden sich derzeit 15713 Biografien in unserer Datenbank|
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|De Braekeleer: (1) Ferdinand De Braekeleer|
(1) Ferdinand De Braekeleer, the elder
(Geboren: Antwerp, 12 Feb 1792; Gestorben: Antwerp, 16 May 1883). The son of poor parents, he was first accepted by Mathieu Van Brees art school for orphans and later by the Antwerp Academie. He gained several prizes there in 1809 and 1811, and he distinguished himself in the Paris Salon of 1813 with Aeneas Carrying Anchises (untraced). De Braekeleers avowed aim on becoming a painter was to find the most lucrative field, and in his early years he tried his hand at most genres, including history painting, religious pictures (St Sebastian, 1818; Wynegen, Church of Notre-Dame) and popular scenes. It was not until 1819 (an earlier award having been withdrawn) that he was able to go to Italy after winning the Antwerp Prix de Rome with Tobias Restoring his Fathers Sight (untraced). Van Bree joined him in Rome, where he furthered his training, and together they visited Naples, Ancona, Florence, Bologna and Venice. Captivated by Rome and the surrounding countryside, De Braekeleer filled a sketchbook (Brussels, Bib. Royale Albert 1er, Cab. Est.) with landscapes and picturesque views of the city, drawn with considerable virtuosity in black chalk. He also produced paintings such as Peasant Woman from Frascati (1822) and Neptunes Grotto in Tivoli (1822; both untraced).
Part of the De Braekeleer family
|De Braekeleer: (2) Henri De Braekeleer|
(2) Henri(-Jean-Augustin) De Braekeleer
(Geboren: Antwerp, 11 June 1840; Gestorben: Antwerp, 20 July 1888). Son of (1) Ferdinand De Braekeleer. He was the nephew of Henri Leys. Having already been taught drawing by his father and uncle, he entered the Antwerp Academie in 1854. He learnt figure drawing and drawing from the Antique from Jan Verschaeren (1803/63) and landscape from Jacob Jacobs (1812/79). He remained a pupil there until 1861, becoming friendly with fellow-student Jan Stobbaerts, who shared his scorn for the Romantic conventions inculcated by the Academie.
Part of the De Braekeleer family
|De Camp, Joseph Rodefer|
De Camp, Joseph Rodefer
(Geboren: Cincinnati, OH, 5 Nov 1858; Gestorben: Boca Grande, FL, 11 Feb 1923). American painter. He first studied in Cincinnati, at the McMicken School of Design, and in 1875 travelled to Munich, where he attended the Kunstakademie with Frank Duveneck, whom he later accompanied on a trip to Italy. De Camp returned to America in 1883 and settled in Boston, where he embarked on a highly successful career. He exhibited regularly with many arts organizations in Boston and New York and held several influential teaching posts, including instructor of antique drawing at the Boston Museum School. In 1897, with John H. Twachtman and others, he became a founder-member of the group of American Impressionists known as the TEN AMERICAN PAINTERS.
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