Meissner, Adolf (1837-1902)

Meissner, Adolf (1837-1902)

Adolf Meissner trained at the Dresden Art Academy under Robert Kummer and Ludwig Richter. He was known for his wintery pastoral landscapes and often visited Switzerland for inspiration.

His works are highly regarded and he’s represented at several museums and international galleries. In 1902, some of his well-known paintings were shown at the Munich Glass Palace.

Nationality: German
Born: 1837
Died: 1902
Studied: Academy of Fine Arts, Dresden

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Adolf Meissner, A Woodcutter In The Snow

Adolf Meissner, A Woodcutter In The Snow
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