Adolf Richard Fleischmann was born in Baden-Baden, Germany in 1873. He developed a proficient talent for drawing and painting from a young age and it is documented that he had received formal instruction from a painter in New York in his teenage years. His early works were primarily influenced by contemporary styles such as Impressionism, Symbolism and Post-Impressionism. He is best known for his plein air oil paintings of the German countryside, and his portraits of everyday village life. Notable works include Midsummer Night's Dream (1906), The Gleaner (1908), and The Poor Man's Bread (1909).
Fleischmann, German, artist, painter, Impressionism.
— Mei Wang
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