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Professor Hermann Dischler

25th September 1866 - 20th March 1935

Hermann Dischler was born on the 25th of September in 1866 in Freiburg i.Br. He received his artistic training in the art school in Karlsruhe, he was student of Gustav Schönleber. Thereafter he was engaged as a painter in the Breisgau-Hochschwarzwald area.

1894, after he finished his studies, he built himself an artist’s workroom in Freiburg i.Br. At this time he went on a lot of trips and his trusty camera followed him everywhere. Five years later he started to number and comment his artworks, which he collected in 29 «Bildbüchern (books of pictures)».

In the winter months from 1905 to 1907 he stayed in the Todtnauer Hütte, where a lot of his oil studies arise.
The snowy winter landscapes became his typical theme and he called himself «Schneemoler (snowpainter)». 1917 he received his professorship by Grand Duke Friedrich II.

In 1927 he had an exhibition with artists like Curt Liebich, Julius Heffner, Wilhelm Nagel, Wilhelm Wickertsheimer a.o., they called themselves «Die Schwarzwälder (the Black Forests)». He died on the 20th of March in 1935 in Hinterzarten. Today his works are extremely appreciated because the snowy landscape present the untouched nature.

Lit: Exhibition Catalogue Augustiner Museum, Freiburg i.Br., 1993

Professor Hermann Dischler

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Winter Sale 01.–03.12.2005 Paintings and Drawings 15th to 18th Century
All items put up for auction from the categories
Old Masters, Newer Masters as well as works on paper tend to be framed; if works are not framed, this is stated specifically in the description. Frames are a complimentary bonus. For compelling technical design reasons the margins on certain illustrations may have been trimmed.
Dimensions are indicated in cm and in the following order: height, width, depth. Dimensions for graphic sheets and printed artworks are referring to the plate size for gravure and the depiction size for flat screen printing techniques. Original drawings are specified by the sheet size. Works which have not been removed from the frame due to technical reasons are characterized by the additional comment cut-out of passepartout.
2117 (Winter Sale 01.–03.12.2005)
Michelis, Alexander
1823 Münster - 1868 Weimar.
Öl/Lw./Schichtholz. Auf stimmungsvoller Waldlichtung grasende Kühe, von einem Hund ...
hammer price: 990,- EUR
(starting price: 900,- EUR)