Hugo von Blomberg: German artist (1820 - 1871) | Biography
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Hugo von Blomberg
German artist

Hugo von Blomberg

Hugo von Blomberg
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Intro German artist
A.K.A. Hugo Von Blomberg
Was Poet Painter
From Germany
Field Arts Literature
Gender male
Birth 26 September 1820, Berlin, Margraviate of Brandenburg
Death 17 June 1871, Weimar, Germany (aged 50 years)
Star sign Libra
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August Gotthold Dietrich Hugo, Baron von Blomberg, a poet and painter, was born at Berlin in 1820. He studied under Wach in the Academy at Berlin, and under Léon Cogniet at Paris, and copied Rubens's works in the Louvre. He died at Weimar in 1871. Among his paintings may be mentioned:

  • Das Domroschen. 1844.
  • Neptune and Amymone. 1847.
  • Twenty-seven sketches from Dante.
  • A Town of the Middle-Ages.
  • The Merchant of Venice. 1866.
  • Benvenuto Cellini in Bngelsberg.
  • King William at Koniggratz. 1867.
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