Sigmund Freudenberger

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Sigmund Freudenberger, Portrait of Albrecht von Haller, 1773

Sigmund Freudenberger (16 June 1745 – 15 November 1801) was a Swiss painter.

Freudenberger was the son of a lawyer, and studied as a portraitist. He lived from 1765 to 1773 in Paris, where he worked with François Boucher. He then founded in a private art school in Bern and was known as "Little Master" for his genre-like depictions of rural life.

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  • This article was initially translated from the corresponding German Wikipedia article

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