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Well- und Wetterhorn (Vue Suisse)

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Article ID EUC4305
Artist Schoyerer (1844-1923)
Josef Schoyerer (March 1844 - 1923) was a German landscape painter. He later turned to painting and became a student of Karl Millner. A main focus of his work was mountain painting, whereby he placed more emphasis on composition than detail. He undertook numerous study trips to Tyrol and Italy, where he painted, among other things, the ore processing of the mine on the Silberleithe near Biberwier.
Title Well- und Wetterhorn (Vue Suisse)
Year ca. 1890
Description View shows the Grindelwald or Rosenlaui in the background the Wetterhorn (3692m above sea level) a mountain peak of the Bernese Alps.
Place of Publication Zürich
Dimensions (cm)42 x 51,5 cm
ConditionTear on the left side perfectly restored
TechniqueChromo Lithography


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