Johann Peter Krafft (1780-1856)
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Johann Peter Krafft was an Austrian painter who studied with David in Paris . He was known for his large historical paintings, particularly battle scenes, which were composed on a monumental scale. Krafft was known for adding extraordinary detail to his paintings, and also created portraits.
He lived in Rome in 1808 and was made a full member of the Akademie der Bilden Kunste in 1813.
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