Carl Oesterley

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Carl Wilhelm Friedrich Oesterley (22 June 1805 – 29 March 1891) was a German painter and art historian.wikipedia
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In 1831 he became a professor of art history at Göttingen, where he collaborated with Karl Otfried Müller (1797-1840) on the treatise Denkmäler der alten Kunst (Monuments of Ancient Art).
by J. Leitch, London, 1847) and Denkmäler der alten Kunst (1832), which he wrote in association with Carl Oesterley.

Carl August Heinrich Ferdinand Oesterley

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He was the father of landscape painter Carl August Heinrich Ferdinand Oesterley.
He was a native of Göttingen, the son of painter Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Oesterley.

Lenore (ballad)

LenoreLeonoraballad of the same name
"Lenore" has also inspired several illustrations by a large number of notable artists, including Carl Oesterley, Daniel Chodowiecki, Ary Scheffer, Horace Vernet, Johann Christian Ruhl, Hermann Pluddemann, Johann Heinrich Ramberg, Louis Boulanger, Otto Schubert, Eugen Napoleon Neureuther, Karl Friedrich Lessing, Frank Kirchbach, Georg Emanuel Opiz, William Blake, Franz Stassen, Franz Kolbrand, Octave Penguilly L'Haridon, Wilhelm Emelé, Alfred Elmore and Frank Stone.

Oil painting

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He is remembered largely for creating oil paintings with Biblical themes.

Göttingen

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In 1831 he became a professor of art history at Göttingen, where he collaborated with Karl Otfried Müller (1797-1840) on the treatise Denkmäler der alten Kunst (Monuments of Ancient Art). He was a native of Göttingen, and studied archaeology, philosophy and history at the University of Göttingen, where in 1824 he earned his doctorate in the field of art history.

Archaeology

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He was a native of Göttingen, and studied archaeology, philosophy and history at the University of Göttingen, where in 1824 he earned his doctorate in the field of art history.

Philosophy

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He was a native of Göttingen, and studied archaeology, philosophy and history at the University of Göttingen, where in 1824 he earned his doctorate in the field of art history.

University of Göttingen

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He was a native of Göttingen, and studied archaeology, philosophy and history at the University of Göttingen, where in 1824 he earned his doctorate in the field of art history.

Art history

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He was a native of Göttingen, and studied archaeology, philosophy and history at the University of Göttingen, where in 1824 he earned his doctorate in the field of art history. Carl Wilhelm Friedrich Oesterley (22 June 1805 – 29 March 1891) was a German painter and art historian.

Dresden

Dresden, GermanyJohannstadtDrezno
Subsequently he studied drawing in Dresden, where he was a student of Johann Gottlob Matthäi (1753–1832).

Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf, GermanyDusseldorfDüsseldorf, West Germany
During this time period, he extended his artistic studies in Düsseldorf (1835–38 under Friedrich Wilhelm Schadow), Munich (where he studied the frescoes of Peter von Cornelius) and Paris (1842).

Friedrich Wilhelm Schadow

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During this time period, he extended his artistic studies in Düsseldorf (1835–38 under Friedrich Wilhelm Schadow), Munich (where he studied the frescoes of Peter von Cornelius) and Paris (1842).

Munich

Munich, GermanyMünchenMunich, West Germany
During this time period, he extended his artistic studies in Düsseldorf (1835–38 under Friedrich Wilhelm Schadow), Munich (where he studied the frescoes of Peter von Cornelius) and Paris (1842).

Peter von Cornelius

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During this time period, he extended his artistic studies in Düsseldorf (1835–38 under Friedrich Wilhelm Schadow), Munich (where he studied the frescoes of Peter von Cornelius) and Paris (1842).

Ahasuerus

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In 1842 Oesterley became a full professor of art, and in 1844, after finishing the painting Christus and Ahasuerus, he was appointed court painter of the Kingdom of Hanover.

Court painter

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In 1842 Oesterley became a full professor of art, and in 1844, after finishing the painting Christus and Ahasuerus, he was appointed court painter of the Kingdom of Hanover.

Kingdom of Hanover

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In 1842 Oesterley became a full professor of art, and in 1844, after finishing the painting Christus and Ahasuerus, he was appointed court painter of the Kingdom of Hanover.

Altar

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Beginning in 1852 he produced numerous altarpieces and other works of art for the church in Rosdorf, in Molzen near the town of Uelzen, and also in Bad Iburg.

Rosdorf

Beginning in 1852 he produced numerous altarpieces and other works of art for the church in Rosdorf, in Molzen near the town of Uelzen, and also in Bad Iburg.

Uelzen

OldenstadtUelzen, Germany
Beginning in 1852 he produced numerous altarpieces and other works of art for the church in Rosdorf, in Molzen near the town of Uelzen, and also in Bad Iburg.

Bad Iburg

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Beginning in 1852 he produced numerous altarpieces and other works of art for the church in Rosdorf, in Molzen near the town of Uelzen, and also in Bad Iburg.