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Town by the Water

Paul Baum (Meißen 1859 - San Gimignano 1932)


Town by the Water

Lot-No. 39

Proceeds : 8.700 €


Oil/wood, 26,5 x 41 cm, lo. ri. sign. Paul Baum Weimar as well as indistinctly dat. - German landscape painter. Starting from the tradition of the school of Barbizon a. going through a phase of impressionism B. developed into one of the most important German exponents of neo-impressionism. B. worked as porcellain painter in the Meissen manufactory before studying in Dresden under Fr. Preller in 1877 a. 1878-87 in Weimar under Th. Hagen. Temporarily he worked in the Dachau artist's colony. After travelling extensively B. joined the Dresden, Munich a. Berlin secession. He lived in the Netherlands 1890-1908, 1910-14 he was in Florence a. S. Gimignano where he definitely settled in 1924. B. was professor in Dresden a. Kassel, also he was winner of the Villa Romana prize.

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Paul Baum: Town by the Water


Paul Baum (Meißen 1859 - San Gimignano 1932)

Town by the Water

Lot-No. 39

Proceeds : 8.700 €

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Oil/wood, 26,5 x 41 cm, lo. ri. sign. Paul Baum Weimar as well as indistinctly dat. - German landscape painter. Starting from the tradition of the school of Barbizon a. going through a phase of impressionism B. developed into one of the most important German exponents of neo-impressionism. B. worked as porcellain painter in the Meissen manufactory before studying in Dresden under Fr. Preller in 1877 a. 1878-87 in Weimar under Th. Hagen. Temporarily he worked in the Dachau artist's colony. After travelling extensively B. joined the Dresden, Munich a. Berlin secession. He lived in the Netherlands 1890-1908, 1910-14 he was in Florence a. S. Gimignano where he definitely settled in 1924. B. was professor in Dresden a. Kassel, also he was winner of the Villa Romana prize.

Town by the Water