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Wilhelm von Kobell - Siege of Kosel Canvas Print

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Media Type: Premium Wrapped Canvas (Gloss)

Turn your cherished memories into a wonderful work of art with Zazzle’s premium wrapped canvas. Made from an additive-free cotton-poly blend, our instant-dry canvases make for long lasting, fade resistant prints. Add your family photos, vacation pictures, and other beautiful moments to craft great mementos for your home!

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Wilhelm von Kobell - Siege of Kosel Canvas Print
Siege of Kosel by Wilhelm von Kobell. Great painting titled Siege of Kosel, made by Wilhelm von Kobell. About Wilhelm von Kobell Wilhelm von Kobell was a German painter, printmaker and teacher.Kobell was born in Mannheim, the son of Ferdinand Kobell, a landscape painter who cited Claude Lorrain as his influence. Wilhelm's initial lessons were supplied by his father and his uncle, Franz Kobell. He received further training under Franz Anton von Leydendorf and Egid Verhelst in the art of engraving at the Zeichnungsakademie in Mannheim. He also studied the works in the galleries of Mannheim and Düsseldorf, especially those of Wouvermann, which he copied. During this time he practiced various styles, including 17th-century Dutch painting and 18th-century English art. In 1778, he went to Rome, was made court painter at Mannheim after his return, and afterwards followed his father to Munich, where he became professor at the Academy in 1808. He was supported by Charles Theodore, Elector of Bavaria, who compensated him an annual sum of 500 florins from 1792 until Theodore's death in 1799. In 1809, he visited Vienna, and in 1810 Paris, to make studies for his battle pieces.
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