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Max Schmidt
German markscheider

Max Schmidt

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Intro German markscheider
Was Engineer Educator Mining engineer
From Germany
Field Academia Engineering
Gender male
Birth 17 March 1850, Weitramsdorf
Death 20 February 1936, Munich (aged 85 years)
Max Schmidt
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Max Schmidt (23 August 1818 – 8 January 1901) was a German landscape painter.


Schmidt was a native of Berlin, Province of Brandenburg. He studied in the Berlin Art Academy under Carl Joseph Begas and Wilhelm Schirmer. He was largely influenced in his choice of subjects and in his treatment by his familiarity with Egypt and Greece, and paid little heed to German scenes until 1854, but then treated them with rare poetic feeling.

In 1868 he became instructor at the School of Arts in Weimar, and in 1872 went to the Königsberg Academy. His chief works are the Oriental frescoes in the Berlin Museum, “Wood and Mountain” (1868) and “A View on the Spree” (1877), both in the Berlin National Gallery. He wrote Die Aquarellmalerei (Watercolor painting, 7th ed. 1901). He died in Königsberg.

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