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Fritz Wahleartist • painterPraag 1863-1927 München (Duitsland)

biography of Friedrich 'Fritz' Wahle

The German impressionist Friedrich Wahle was trained at the Munich Academy and completed his studies in Paris. After his return to Germany he became a very popular painter of narrative genre scenes. In line with this were his activities as an illustrator, including for the satirical, socially critical magazine 'Fliegende Blätter'. In connection with the reproduction technique at the time, he supplied designs in shades of gray for this purpose. This led to a completely new style for Wahle in which he limited himself to a few colours. It is known that the painter visited Volendam between 1900 and 1910 and also painted there.

previously for salepaintings by Fritz Wahle

Fritz Wahle | The critical art buyer, oil on painter's board, 38.4 x 30.6 cm, signed l.l.

Fritz Wahle

painting • previously for sale

The critical art buyer

Fritz Wahle | Before the opera, oil on painter's board, 39.5 x 42.7 cm, signed l.c.

Fritz Wahle

painting • previously for sale

Before the opera

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