Jenie and his friends. Today I’m going to show you a few illustrations from my new bid book that was published by Schendo Verlag . It is the second adventure of the little dragon Djinie. I found these beautiful views of Wasserburg / Inn on Ebay. The painter, Rudolf Pfannenstiel (1888-1979)
Line Art Rose was an artist from Wasserburg whose work is characterized by a wide variety of techniques, such as oil, watercolor or woodcut. He also realized himself in glass painting and pewter foundry, as he comes from a pewter foundry family whose workshop he continued in the Schmidzeile. Today the gallery for contemporary art of the AK 68 is located in Ganser’s workshop. This picture dates from 1945.
Line Art Rose Best Art Drawing
Rose Line Art painter Böninger was born on January 29, 1869 in London. From 1888 to 1897 he studied at the Düsseldorf Art Academy as a student of Peter Janssen. After completing his training, he mainly turned to portraits of women and monumental, decorative figures. In 1897, after a long stay in southern Italy, the painting “Idyll” and the painting “Joie de vivre” exhibited in the Munich Glass Palace in 1906 were created. Böninger took part repeatedly in the major exhibitions in Düsseldorf, Berlin, Dresden and Munich. One could read various reviews of Böninger, for example in the magazine “Die Kunst”: “Among the other exhibitors, Fritz von Wille and Robert Böninger from Düsseldorf stand out more by the number than the quality of their pictures.” Or:Paul Ludwig Troost had a house and a studio built on the former Ismaninger Strasse , which later became number 24 Oberföhringer Strasse . In the 1920s it was increasingly forgotten. Robert Böninger returned to Düsseldorf and died there in 1935.