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Caspar Wolf

1735-1783 Switzerland/Sturm und Drang

 

Brief Biography-Caspar Wolf was born in Muri, Aargau, Switzerland, in 1735 and lived in an era known for the Sturm Und Drang movement of literature and the arts. His most noted master was Philip Jacques de Loutherbourg, whom he studied under in Paris. The connoisseur Abraham Wagner commissioned him to do two-hundred paintings of Switzerland, of which he completed one hundred and fifty before he died in relative poverty in Mannheim in 1783. His works are mainly dramatic landscape scenes.

 

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Leuekerbad

Leuekerbad

Bridge
and Gorges

Bridge and Gorges of Dala River in Leuekerbad- View Towards the Mountain

Bridge
and Gorges

Bridge and Gorges of Dala River in Leuekerbad-View Towards the Valley

Lower Grindelwald
Glacier

Lower Grindelwald Glacier

Second Staubbach
Falls in Winter

Second Staubbach Falls in Winter

Glaciers in the
Mountain of Gelten

Glaciers in the Mountain of Gelten

Gelten Creek
Fall in Winter

The Gelten Creek Fall in Winter

The Bridge of
the Devil

The Bridge of the Devil

The Upper
Staubbachfall

The Upper Staubbachfall in the Lauterbrunnen Valley