Gregor von Bochmann

1850-1930 Estonia/Germany

 

Brief Biography-Gregor von Bochmann was born in Western Estonia in 1850. He developed an early interest in landscape scenes whilst traveling with his father who was a forest warden. On realising his talents, his school teacher in Tallinn had him entered into the Düsseldorf Academy of Art where he studied under Oswald Achenbach. He achieved a successful career in Düsseldorf and made painting trips to Estonia and neighbouring countries. He was later a member of the Berlin Academy of Arts and had the title of Royal Prussian Professor bestowed on him. Kaiser Wilhelm II presented him with a title of nobility in 1899.

 

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a dutch village

a dutch village


boats on the dutch
sea shore

boats on the dutch sea shore


cattle market

cattle market

country life in
estonia

country life in estonia

dutch coastal
landscape

dutch coastal landscape with fishermen

dutch people
awaiting a vessel

dutch people awaiting a vessel

estonian scene with
horses and cows

estonian scene with horses and cows

farmhouse with
a well

farmhouse with a well

fisher at
the sea surf

fisher at the sea surf


horse cart

horse cart

landing of fishing
boats

landing of fishing boats

landing of fishing
boats scheveningen

landing of fishing boats scheveningen

launching a fisher
boat in holland

launching a fisher boat in holland

peasants in front of
the blacksmith,s

peasants in front of the blacksmith,s house

return of the fish
scheveningen

return of the fish scheveningen