Wilhelm Ferdinand Bendz

1804-1832 Denmark

 

Brief Biography-Wilhelm Ferdinand Bendz was a native of Odense, Denmark. He was a disciple of Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg the precursor of the new Golden Age of Danish Painting. Bendz focused mainly on genre scenes and portraiture. He worked in the studio of Eckersberg before travelling to Germany where he settled in Munich for a year. From Munich, he went to Italy to study. Sadly, he caught an infection in Venice and died at the young age of 28.

 

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The Visit of
the Beggar

The Visit of the Beggar

Model Class at
the Academy

Model Class at the Copenhagen Academy

The Church
of Ramsau-

The Church of Ramsau-Austria

Artist
in the Evening

Artist in the Evening at Finck's Coffee House in Munich

A
Young Artist

A Young Artist

A Smoking
Party

A Smoking Party

mette sophie
fuglsang

mette sophie fuglsang the artist's aunt

mountain
landscape

mountain landscape

portrait of a
young man

portrait of a young man

portrait of an
elderly woman

portrait of an elderly woman

room in
amaliegade

room in amaliegade with the artist's brothers

the artist's brother
henrik carl bang

the artist's brother henrik carl bang

the peterson
family

the peterson family

the sculptor christen
christensen

the sculptor christen christensen

winter lanscape
from funen

winter lanscape from funen by Wilhelm Ferdinand Bendz