Wilhelm von Kobell (1766-1853)
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Wilhelm von Kobell was a German painter. He was taught to paint by his father Ferdinand and his uncle Franz, both painters, and attended drawing classes in Mannheim . Through his father, von Kobell learned the ways of the 17th century Dutch masters and became a prominent landscape painter.
Von Kobell often collaborated with his father in painting landscapes in the Aschaffenburg cycle. He also traveled often to Munich , England and Italy , and painted landscapes during his travels, as well as portraits. Toward the end of his career, he was commissioned by the King of Bavaria as well as Prince Ludwig I to paint landscapes and historical scenes, and also taught at the academy in Munich.
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