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LEOPOLD GRAF VON KALCKREUTH (German / 1858-1928)

Leopold Karl Walter, Graf von Kalckreuth, was a painter and printmaker strongly influenced by the Impressionists. Kalckreuth was one of the founders of the Secession. Leopold von Kalckreuth was the son of the landscape artist Stanislas de Kalckreuth. He studied at the Munich Akademie, and subsequently taught at the academies of Weimar, Karlsruhe, and Stuttgart. Kalckreuth was influenced by the art of Millet. He was a close associate of Max Liebermann in the introduction of Impressionist ideas and the Impressionist aesthetic into German art.

See also:

PAUL BAUM
MAX LIEBERMANN
CLAUDE OSCAR MONET
ANDERS ZORN

Selected prints by LEOPOLD GRAF VON KALCKREUTH

Wagen auf der
Dorfstrasse, 1921
Etching

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