Oil on canvas The shepherd at the water's edge by OTTO GUNTHER-NAUMBURG
Born September 19, 1856 in Naumburg. Died in Berlin in 1941.
Painter of landscapes, architecture.
Otto Günther-Naumburg moved to Berlin in 1861.
He studied from 1873-1877 at the Royal Academy of Arts in Berlin.
His works include mainly architectural and landscape paintings.
He took part in numerous exhibitions and won several prizes.
From 1877, he participated in the academy's exhibition, from 1893 the great art exhibition in Berlin, and from 1891 he was also represented at the Munich Glass Palace.
Günther-Naumburg taught from 1892 at the Technical University of Berlin Charlottenburg as a professor of watercolour painting.
Otto Günther-Naumburg paints in an old, realistic style in a finely nuanced colour palette.
When, between 1906 and 1908, the architect Wilhelm Franz built a new town hall (in a mixture of neo-renaissance and art nouveau elements), Günther-Naumburg created paintings for one of the rooms .
Other decorative murals were created for the Prussian House of Representatives in Berlin, the administrative building of General Knappschaftsverein in Bochum and the town hall in Potsdam .
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