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Anton Von Klyher

Anton von Klyher was a pioneering German artist and draughtsman, renowned for his vibrant and highly detailed depictions of nature. He was a master of color and light, and his works often featured brilliant and dramatic compositions. His works demonstrate an impressive understanding of perspective and depth, and he was one of the first artists to realistically portray the Orient. He was especially noted for his turbulent seascapes, river scenes, and coastal scenes, as well as a wide range of landscapes depicting towns and villages in Holland, Germany, and France. He often employed a unique technique of mixing watercolors and oils to create vivid and lifelike scenes, and his works are a testament to his skill as a painter and draughtsman. Klyher's artistic ability and eye for detail is evident in all of his works, and his influence on later generations of artists is undeniable.

Anton von Klyher, German artist, draughtsman, oil painting, watercolor painting, landscapes, portraits, oriental subjects, vibrant colors, brushwork, dynamic motion, technical accuracy, seascapes, river scenes, coastal scenes, towns, villages, Holland, Ge

Federica Costa

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Anton Von Klyher

Anton von Klyher was a German artist and draughtsman renowned for his realistic depictions of the Orient. He was an innovator in the use of color and brushwork to create vivid, dynamic scenes of nature, often capturing the beauty of his subjects in a single glance. He was known for his bold compositions, and his works often featured an array of bright and vibrant colors. His works also demonstrate his remarkable attention to detail and technical accuracy, and he was one of the few artists of his time who could accurately portray the Orient. His artistic ability is further evidenced by his depictions of turbulent seas and landscapes, such as The Inundation at Deventer in 1836, The Battle of Ueno in 1868, and The Earthquake at San Francisco in 1906. Klyher's body of work is a testament to his skill as a draughtsman and painter, and his eye for detail and creativity is apparent in all of his works.

Anton von Klyher, German artist, draughtsman, oil painting, watercolor painting, landscapes, portraits, Orient, color, brushwork, turbulent seas, Deventer, Ueno, San Francisco, detail, accuracy.

Claudia Rossetti

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Anton Von Klyher

Anton von Klyher (1828-1908) was a German artist and draughtsman known for his oil and watercolor paintings of landscapes, portraits, and oriental subjects. He was an exceptionally talented artist who employed vibrant colors and energetic brushwork to depict scenes of dynamic motion. His works show remarkable attention to detail and technical accuracy, and he was one of the first artists to realistically portray the Orient. Klyher was particularly noted for his dramatic seascapes, river scenes, and coastal scenes, as well as a wide range of landscapes depicting towns and villages in Holland, Germany, and France, such as The Inundation at Deventer in 1836, The Battle of Ueno in 1868, and The Earthquake at San Francisco in 1906. His body of work is a testament to his skill as a painter and draughtsman, and his ability to capture the beauty of nature in his works.

Oil painting, watercolor, landscape, portrait, oriental.

Eleonora Barbieri

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Anton Von Klyher

German Artist Anton von Klyher is renowned for his high-quality oil and watercolor paintings of landscapes, portraits, and oriental subjects. He was an extremely talented draftsman and an innovative colorist whose works show remarkable attention to detail and technical accuracy. Anton von Klyher is especially noted for his penchant for lively brushwork and vivid colors and he was one of the first artists to depict the Orient in a realistic manner. He is also well-known for his highly dramatic scenes of turbulent seas, turbulent river scenes and coastal scenes, as well as a wide range of landscapes depicting towns and villages in Holland, Germany and France. Some of his most famous works include The Inundation at Deventer in 1836, The Battle of Ueno in 1868, and The Earthquake at San Francisco in 1906.

Anton von Klyher, German Artist, oil painting, watercolor painting, landscape, portrait, oriental, draftsman, colorist, brushwork, vivid colors, Orient, turbulent seas, river scenes, coastal scenes, Holland, Germany, France, Inundation at Deventer, Battle

Giovanna Mancini

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