|Friedrich August von Kaulbach
Portrait of the actress Hanna Ralph
by Friedrich August von Kaulbach.
||June 4, 1850
||portraitist, historical scenes
||Spanish Dancer, Girl in the Woods, Girl with her dog
Friedrich August von Kaulbach (2 June 1850, Hannover – 26 July 1920, Munich, Germany) was a German portraitist and historical painter. He was the son of Theodor Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Kaulbach (1822–1903), the court painter at Hannover, and the great nephew of Wilhelm Kaulbach, another prominent member of the Kaulbach family of artists. He learned to paint from his father, and later was a student of August von Kreling at the arts and crafts school Nuremberg, the predecessor institution of the Academy of Fine Arts, Nuremberg. He sought to emulate the artist Hans Holbein.
- Girl in the Woods
- The Lute Player,
- German Lady of the 16th Century
- ^ Charles Callahan Perkins, Friedrich August von Kaulbach, Cyclopedia of Painters and Painting, Volume 2. New York, 1913, p. 370.