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"Olof Jernberg: Forest at Concarneau"
54.5 x 45.5 cm
Oil on wood
< 5.000
Galerie Paffrath
4,800 €



Olof Jernberg (1855 Düsseldorf - Berlin 1935) was born in 1855 in Düsseldorf. 1870 and later in 1875 he was a student of Eugen Dücker at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. 1880/81 he went to France for the first time, where he stayed with a group of Swedish landscape painter in the Breton fishing village "Concarneau". In "Concarneau" Olof Jernberg's style got more parallels to the painting of the "Barbizon School". 1882 he returned to Düsseldorf and received a teaching position in the landscape class.
In the following years Jernberg travelled several times to Holland, again to France and especially to Sweden. Through the subtle observation of light phenomena and atmospheric conditions Jernberg leads to a plein air painting.
Around 1890, he founded the "Lucas-Club" together with Heinrich Hermanns, Eugen Kampf and Helmuth Liesegang. 1901 Olof Jernberg was appointed as a teacher to Königsberg and in 1918 as director of the landscape class to Berlin.

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