Albert Leopold Rheinemann produced rich landscapes imbued with a sense of nature’s power over man. He was a painter in the romantic tradition and studied under the great, Hans Fredrik Gude (1825-1903). Many of his works depict coastal scenes with fierce waves crashing over jagged outcrops. But, like Gude, he was equally adept at capturing a calm sea and a picturesque fishing village.
Born in Koblenz, Germany.
Studied in Berlin under Carl Scherres (1833-1923) and probably Carl Steffeck (1818-1890).
Enrolled at the Baden School of Art, Karlsruhe, and studied under Norwegian landscape painter, Hans Fredrik Gude.
Worked in Berlin.
'Extensive Coastal Scene With Cottages'