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Ferdinand KELLER (1842-1922) - Diana the Huntress
Ferdinand KELLER (Karlsruhe 1842 - Baden Baden 1922)
Coming from a large family of artists of the German Black Forest, he moved very young towards painting and after studying drawings he traveled to Europe: Austria, Switzerland and Italy where under the spell of the great masters of the Renaissance he enriches his painting with pigments of colors and the grace of Michelangelo, Titian, Raphael ...
In 1867, he met his first success with the death of Philip II exhibited at the Universal Exhibition of 1867 in Paris.
Germany at the time is composed of several kingdom or duchy, the Grand Duchy of Baden was [...]