Alfred Fischer (1824-1907) was a German landscape painter and etcher. He is mainly known for his paintings of the Bavarian countryside, as well as his etchings featuring urban landscapes, particularly of Munich and its surroundings. His fine sense of detail and shadow, as well as the curious perspective adopted in his works, has earned him a place among the most renowned artists of the 19th century in Germany. Among his most celebrated artworks include The Pigeons in the Park of Munich, View of Old Town Munich, and A View of the Isar.
Alfred Fischer, German painter, etcher, Bavarian countryside, Munich, urban landscape, 19th century, Pigeons in the Park, Old Town Munich, View of Isar.
— Mei Wang
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