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Franz Leo Ruben (1842-1920) | Genre painter

Franz Leo Ruben was an Austrian painter🎨 who was born in Prague, Czech Republic.
Painter of history, genre scenes, landscapes, he obtained numerous awards including a gold medal🎨 in Vienna in 1873 and one in Munich in 1883.

He has painted numerous views of Venice. His works can be found in the Museum of Graz, Prague, Stuttgart, Vienna, Zurich.

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Josef Kinzel (1852-1925) | Genre painter

Josef Kinzel, father of the painter Elise Kinzel, was born on in Lobenstein in Silesia and died in the Wachau (Austria).
The genre🎨, landscape and portrait painter studied at first under Eduard Engerth, Carl von Blaas, Carl Wurzinger, August Eisenmenger and Christian Griepenkerl at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts.

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Eugene de Blaas (1843-1931)

Eugene de Blaas🎨 was born to Austrian parents. His father, Karl (1815-1894), teacher to him and his brother Julius became Professor at the Academy in Vienna and Venice, then part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
It was in Venice that Eugene de Blaas established himself as the leading painter of Venetian genre.
The golden Italian climate and the magnificent old stone facades had made Venice an essential stop on the Grand Tour since the early eighteenth century.
Past visitors had returned home with views and portraits; the late nineteenth visitor wanted more.

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Johann Till the Younger (1827-1894) Genre painter

Johann Till the Younger was an Austrian🎨 19th Century painter.
Johann Till the Younger trained in Vienna under his father Johann Till the Elder (1800-1889).
His father’s predominant interests were historical scenes.
Johann Till the Younger studied at the Academy of Fine Arts of Vienna under Leopold Kupelwieser (1796-1862) and Christian Ruben (1805-1875).

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Karl Kaufmann (1843-1901)

Karl Kaufmann was an Austrian🎨 landscape and architectural painter.
Karl Kaufmann was a student at the Vienna Academy. His studies in the European North (Norway), to Holland, Germany (Franconia, Danzig, Königsberg) and often to Italy (Naples, Rome, Venice) gave him the motives for his numerous landscapes, including a remarkable number of views of Venice.
From 1900 Karl Kaufmann constantly lived in Vienna. He often signed his works using pseudonyms.

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Albert Rieger | Landscape painter

Austrian🎨 landscape and marine painter Albert Rieger (Trieste, 1834 - Vienna,1905) was the son and pupil of painter Giuseppe Rieger. He was also influenced by the works of the German artist Bernhard Fiedler (1816-1904). Rieger's preferred subjects were marines and landscapes.
In 1838 settled he with the family in Vienna.
His works were exhibited in many exhibitions in Munich and Paris works are presented in important collections, for example at the Museum of Altenburg and in Wroclaw.
Crown prince Rudolf bought his landscapes "Am Traunsee" and "Gosausee".
Rieger was awarded🎨 with Gold Austrian Medal and Great Golden Swedish-Norwegian Medal.

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Market painting

Franz Skarbina (1849-1910)
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Emil Barbarini (1855-1930) Market painting

The Austrian painter🎨 Emil Barbarini was the son of the well-known landscape painter and etcher Franz Barbarini (1804-1873).
In contrast to the alpine themes of his father, he early started to focus on depictions of market scenes.
His favorite subject was the flower market in front of the Karlskirche in Vienna, but he also executed numerous market impressions of his study trips to the Netherlands and Belgium.
Barbarini was mainly interested in the special handling of light at different times of the day.
Similarly to the French artists Degas🎨 and Monet🎨, he often painted the same subject at different times, in order to capture the light without the risk of thematic distraction.