Hermann Baisch (Dresden 1846-Karlsruhe 1894)
“Farmers taking a rest” , oil on wood. Hermann Baisch signed and dated his painting on the lower right.
Hermann Baisch was a German painter and illustrator who specialized in landscapes and animals.
He was one of the first artists in Germany to work in the French influenced “paysage intime” style.
In 1868 he went to Paris and studied with Jules Dupré who introduced him to the Barbizon School.
After completing his studies in Paris he went to Munich where he started studying at a private painting school operated by Adolf Lier.
In 1880 he relocated to Karlsruhe where he became professor for animal painting at the Grand-Ducal Baden Art School. There he built an open air studio, which he even equipped with some life animals to give his students the possibility to paint from nature.
The Art Museum in Karlsruhe owns some of his paintings.
The painting is in very good condition and has its original frame. It ships from Germany and includes shipping costs to Boston. It measures H 12.41 in. x W 16.54 in. x D 3.55 in. (H 31.5 cm x W 42 cm x D 9 cm) size without frame.
With frame: 25.5 x 21.25 x 3.55 inches ( 65 x 55 x 9 cm).
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