Thomas Ender

1793-1875 Austria/Romanticism

 

Brief Biography-Thomas Ender, twin brother of Johann Nepomuk was primarily a watercolourist, mostly of landscapes. In 1816 he won the grand prize for painting and was subsequently engaged in commissions by Prince Metternich and Archduke Johann. He was dispatched to Brazil on a scientific expedition as a draughtsman in 1817 where he painted a great deal of landscapes. He later became professor of landscapes at the Vienna Academy. He made several outings to Italy, Hungary and the Austrian Alps with students. He also visited Greece and Paris on study trips. His paintings can still be seen in Vienna, Berlin and Budapest.

 

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archduke johann in
gastein hot springs

archduke johann in gastein hot springs


ischian landscape

ischian landscape

landscape with
hikers

landscape with hikers and brushwood collectors

palace of the
government sao paulo

palace of the government in sao paulo

saint stephens
cathedral

saint stephens cathedral

steamship marianne
in a storm

steamship marianne in a storm on the black sea

the grossglockner
with the pasterze

the grossglockner with the pasterze glacier by Thomas Ender

monastery of saint
benedict in subiaco

monastery of saint benedict in subiaco

thomas ender by
friedrich von amerling

thomas ender by friedrich von amerling

view from nussdorf
to the danube

view from nussdorf to the danube by Thomas Ender

view from the
gamskarkogel

view from the gamskarkogel to the salzburg glacier at hofgastein


view of athens

view of athens

view of rio de
janeiro

view of rio de janeiro by Thomas Ender

view of the zenoburg
near merano

view of the zenoburg near merano

view over a garden
in bolzano

view over a garden in bolzano