Hohe's Ansichten am Amazonenstrome (Views of the Amazon River, 1820–1823)
Bayreuth, Bavaria, Germany
|Died||1870 (aged 67–68)
Munich, Bavaria, Germany
|Education||Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Munich|
|Known for||Lithography and painting|
Friedrich Hohe (1802 – 7 June 1870) was a German lithographer and painter. Born in Bayreuth, Bavaria, in 1802, his first painting teacher was his father, who was himself a painter. In 1820 he entered the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Munich (also known as the Munich Academy). Thereafter, from 1823 till near the end of his life, he devoted himself to lithography.
In 1826 Hohe visited Italy with landscape painter Carl Rottmann. Two years later, he undertook publication of the Leuchtenberg Gallery (1831), and subsequently collaborated with Hanfstängl in the production of the Dresden Gallery (1864–1869).
Late in life, Hohe attempted landscape painting but was not very successful in it. He died in Munich on 7 June 1870. Hohe's older brother Nikolaus Christian Hohe (1798–1868) was also a painter.
Notable works by Hohe include The Entry of King Otho into Nauplia (after Peter Hess); Neue Maler Werke aus München (Works of New Painters from Munich, c. 1841), a collection of lithographs of selected paintings of living artists in Munich; illustrations of German classical ballads and romances with A. Brügger; and The Old Stag, a series of 12 plates.
- Michael Bryan; George C. Williamson (1904), "HOHE, Friedrich", Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers; vol. III (New (4th) rev. & enl. ed.), New York, N.Y.; London: Macmillan; George Bell & Sons, p. 57, OCLC 216984132.
- Auswahl der vorzüglichsten Gemälde der herzoglich Leuchtenbergischen Gallerie, herausgegeben von der literarischartistischen Anstalt der J.G. Cottalschen Buchhandlung in München [Selection of Preferred Paintings from the Gallery of the Duke of Leuchtenberg, Published by the Literary and Artistic Establishment of the J.G. Cottalschen Bookshop in Munich], Munich: J.G. Cottalschen Buchhandlung, 1831, OCLC 469609185, later published in English and German as Eugène de Beauharnais, 1st Duke of Leuchtenberg; J[ohann] N[epomuck] Muxel; J[ohann] D[avid] Passavant (1852), The Leuchtenberg Gallery: A Collection of Pictures Forming the Celebrated Gallery of His Imperial Highness, the Duke of Leuchtenberg, at Munich; Engraved by J.N. Muxel, Curator of the Gallery; with Biographical and Critical Notices, by J.D. Passavant, Frankfort on the Maine; London: J. Baer; G. Willis, OCLC 19541566.
- Possibly Hanns Hanfstaengl ([1864–1869]), Die vorzüglichsten Meisterwerke der Dresdner Gemaelde-Galerie in photographischen Nachbildungen von H. Hanfstaengl [The Most Exquisite Masterpieces of the Dresden Art Gallery in Photographic Reproductions by H. Hanfstaengl], Dresden: Hanfstaengl, OCLC 560215703 Check date values in:
|date=(help). Hanns Hanfstaengl was Franz Hanfstaengl's brother who managed Franz's lithographic business in Dresden with another brother, Max, after Franz returned to Munich.
- Death announcement in the Neueste Nachrichten (Latest News, 8 June 1870), p. 15.
- Michael Bryan; George C. Williamson (1904), "HOHE, Nikolaus Christian", Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers; vol. III (New (4th) rev. & enl. ed.), New York, N.Y.; London: Macmillan; George Bell & Sons, p. 57, OCLC 216984132.
- Neue Maler Werke aus München: Auswahl neuer Gemälde vorzüglicher Künstler in München; in lithographirten Nachbildungen von Friedrich Hohe; mit einer Einl. über Entwicklung und Gang der neuen Malerei in München und biographischen Skizzen einzelner Künstler [Works of New Painters from Munich: A Selection of New Paintings by Excellent Artists in Munich; in Lithographed Reproductions by Friedrich Hohe, with an Introduction on the Development and Transition of the New Paintings in Munich and Biographical Sketches of Individual Artists], Munich: [s.n.], c. 1841, OCLC 66239787.
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- Bryan, Michael; Williamson, George C. (1904), "HOHE, Friedrich", Bryan's Dictionary of Painters and Engravers; vol. III (New (4th) rev. & enl. ed.), New York, N.Y.; London: Macmillan; George Bell & Sons, OCLC 216984132. (The complete work consists of five volumes and was published between 1903 and 1905.)