Tuesday, January 13, 2015

FRITZ WAGNER 1896 - 1939 - PAINTINGS


Fritz Wagner _(1)



Fritz Wagner was born in Munich on 15th May, 1896, and died there on 3rd April, 1939. He was a pupil of Carl Roth and Robert Seitz in Munich.

Wagner visited Italy, Hungary and Romania to study art. He is best known for his paintings depicting Bavarian peasant folk and interior genre scenes. He also painted portraits, still life and views of Chiemsee, a Lake near Munich. - See more at: http://www.masterart.com/Fritz-Wagner-1896-1939-The-Traveller-Tale-PortalDefault.aspx?tabid=53&dealerID=2426&objectID=12299#sthash.Ldzz4KsY.dpuf
Fritz Wagner was born in Munich in 1896 and died there in 1939

He followed in the footsteps of artists such as Meissonier and Lesrel who painted genre subjects with a military theme.

Wagner developed his own style and he painted his subjects in an informal and relaxed atmosphere.

He visited Italy, Hungary an Romania to study Art.

His palette is soft but he was a skilled draughtsman and his figures are well painted and natural.











































































































































Fritz Wagner was born in Munich on 15th May, 1896, and died there on 3rd April, 1939. He was a pupil of Carl Roth and Robert Seitz in Munich.

Wagner visited Italy, Hungary and Romania to study art. He is best known for his paintings depicting Bavarian peasant folk and interior genre scenes. He also painted portraits, still life and views of Chiemsee, a Lake near Munich. - See more at: http://www.masterart.com/Fritz-Wagner-1896-1939-The-Traveller-Tale-PortalDefault.aspx?tabid=53&dealerID=2426&objectID=12299#sthash.Ldzz4KsY.dpuf




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