Adrian Ludwig Richter

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Civitella (Evening) (1827 - 1828).
Adrian Ludwig Richter

Adrian Ludwig Richter (Dresden, 1803 - Dresden, 1884), the son of the engraver Karl August Richter, from whom he received his training, was a German Romantic painter, typical German illustrator and etcher. His etchings were used too for illustrations for popular books and children's books.

Richter was one of the most beloved artists in Germany during most of the nineteenth century. [1]

Richter painting is aimed at a thorough blending of the human figures with the landscape, and to glorify his mother country.

See also[edit]

The Rock Stock, 1840.

External links[edit]

My Nest is the best, 1869.
Genoveva in the Forest Seclusion, 1841.