Hans Fredrik Gude

1825-1903 Norway/Romanticism

 

Brief Biography-Hans Fredrik Gude was born in Christiania in 1825. After taking private lessons, he received tuition at the Royal School of Drawing. In 1842, he entered the Düsseldorf Academy of Art, studied under Andreas Achenbach and Johann Wilhelm Schirmer, and later received support from Karl Friedrich Lessing. Gude became a landscape painting professor at the Academy from 1854 until 1857. He spent a year in Wales painting mountains before accepting a professorship at the Baden School of Art in Karlsruhe in 1863. In 1880, he moved to the Berlin Academy of Art where he taught until his retirement in 1901. Norway holds Hans Gude as one of their most noted artists.

 

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On the Banks of
the Chiemsee

On the Banks of the Chiemsee

Costal Landscape
with Boat

Costal Landscape with Boat

Efoybroen-North
Wales

Efoybroen-North Wales

Fresh Breeze off
the Coast

Fresh Breeze off the Norwegian Coast

The Old
Sneplov

The Old Sneplov at the Forest Edge


Sivstudie-
Chiemsee

Sivstudie-Chiemsee

From
Chiemsee

From Chiemsee


Gjermundshavn

Gjermundshavn

Winter
Afternoon

Winter Afternoon

Thunder
Study

Thunder Study


Waterfalls

Waterfalls

Under
Eketreet

Under Eketreet

The Drachenwand
Mondsee

The Drachenwand Mondsee

Bridal Journey
in Hardanger

Bridal journey in Hardanger

Port of
Refuge

Port of Refuge on the Norwegian Coast

From
Hardanger

From Hardanger

The Sandvik
Fiord

The Sandvik Fiord