KARL HESS (1801–1874) , the third son of Karl ChristophHess,
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See also:Peter . But
See also:historical composition proved to be as contrary to his taste as engraving, and he gave himself exclusively at last to illustrations of
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See also:Bavaria . He became
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See also:Alps, and with
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See also:Reichenhall, where he at last resided, he never produced anything that was not impressed with the true
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See also:realism . Some of his pictures in the museum of Munich will serve as examples of his manner . He died at Reichenhall on the 16th of
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