Frey Wilhelm, 1826 – 1911

A German painter. Born in Karlsruhe, Germany. He gained his first artistic skills in the painting class of K. Koopman and later he studied in Munich Academy of Arts (1845 - 1852) under the guidance of G. Henlein. Friendship with the famous landscape painters R. Eberly and F. Voltz became valuable experience for the artist. From 1855 till 1869 h...

A German painter. Born in Karlsruhe, Germany. He gained his first artistic skills in the painting class of K. Koopman and later he studied in Munich Academy of Arts (1845 - 1852) under the guidance of G. Henlein. Friendship with the famous landscape painters R. Eberly and F. Voltz became valuable experience for the artist. From 1855 till 1869 he traveled to Germany, visited Mannheim, Schwerin, Berlin, Breslau, Meiningen. During this period, a striking art style of the artist was formed, it was embodied in many landscapes and animalistic compositions. During 1885 - 1895 he made trips to the Netherlands, Switzerland and Austria. In 1895 he was appointed the director of the Art Gallery in Mannheim. In 1906 he was promoted to the professor of painting. He led an active exhibition activity, collaborated with many galleries in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. His works are stored in the Art Museums of Munich, Mannheim, Berlin, etc.

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