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  • Karl Albert Buehr’s “Summer Daydreams”

    October 30th, 2012 · 2:55 pm  →  Blog

    Karl Albert Buehr’s “Summer Daydreams” Karl Albert Buehr was born in Germany in 1866 and moved to Chicago with his family in 1869.  Buehr is recognized as one of the earliest artists in Chicago to successfully adopt the impressionist style. He is well known for his idyllic, colorful landscapes and portraits, which typically feature youngRead the Rest…

    Perfall’s Landscape

    October 23rd, 2012 · 9:39 am  →  Art History Blog

    Perfall Landscape Erich Freiherr von Perfall (1882-1961) was a German landscape painter. One of his works, an oil painting on canvas board, depicts a landscape with trees along a riverbank and their reflection in the water. Perfall used thick, short brushstrokes of a similar size and consistency. The color palette is muted, consisting of aRead the Rest…