Alfred August Felix Bachmann

 

German Orientalist Painter Alfred August Felix Bachmann (1863 – 1956) became a student of Max Schmidt at the Art Academy of Königsberg. He traveled to the North Sea islands, Sicily, Normandy, Portugal and Tenerife to improve his studies and studies. He started living in Munich since 1891. Moved to Ambach in 1941. In his works, he concentrated mainly on coastal landscapes, but he did not neglect the countryside and hilly areas. Since 1887, he regularly participated in exhibitions held in Munich Glaspalast.

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