Gustav Gaupp

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Gustav Adolf Gaupp (born September 19, 1844 in Markgröningen , Württemberg , † March 24, 1918 in Obertürkheim ) was a German painter .


Gaupp was a student at the art academy in Stuttgart and later moved to the academy in Vienna . This was followed by a study visit to the Royal Academy of Arts in London , where he trained as a lithographer . After returning to Germany, he went to the art academy in Munich in 1870 in difficult political times ( Franco-German War ) . From 1873 Gaupp worked on painting in Karl Theodor von Piloty's studio .

In 1876 Gaupp made his debut with a historical genre painting rich in figures : the pillage of a monastery by mercenaries , on which he unfolded all the advantages of the Piloty school in splendor of color and variety of characteristics. In 1878 he went to Italy to study the Old Masters and since then has preferred to paint portraits .

Gustav Gaupp was a member of the German Association of Artists and the Hamburg Artists Association from 1832 .

Individual evidence

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