See also:direct descendant of the famous
See also:field-marshal (see above), was
See also:born at
See also:Dusseldorf, received his first training at
See also:Weimar from his
See also:father, the landscape painter Count
See also:Stanislaus von
See also:Kalckreuth (1820-1894), and subsequently studied at the
See also:academies of Weimar and
See also:Munich . Although he painted some portraits remarkable for their power of expression, he devoted himself principally to depicting with relentless
See also:realism the monotonous
See also:life of the fishing folk on the
See also:coast, and of the peasants in the
See also:fields . His
See also:palette is joyless, and almost melancholy, and in his technique he is strongly influenced by the impressionists . He was one of the founders of the secessionist
See also:movement . From 1885 to 1890 Count von Kalckreuth was
See also:professor at the Weimar
See also:art school . In 1890 he resigned his professorship and retired to his
See also:estate of Hockricht in
See also:Silesia, where he occupied himself in
See also:painting subjects
See also:drawn'from the life of the
See also:country-folk . In 1895 he became a professor at the art school at
See also:Karlsruhe . The Munich Pinakothek has his "
See also:bow " and the
See also:Dresden Gallery his " Old Age." Among his chief
See also:works are the Funeral at Dachau," " Homewards," "
See also:Wedding Procession in the Carpathian Mountains," " The Gleaners," " Old Age " " Before the
See also:Auction," " Summer," and " Going to School." See A . Ph . W. v . Kalckreuth, Gesch. der Herren, Freiherren and Grafen von Kalckreuth (
See also:Potsdam, 1904) .
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