The Temple of Vesta in Rome - Ferdinand Konrad Bellermann (Erfurt 1814-1889 Berlin)




Christian Eduard Franke-Landwers Christoph Freiherr von Seckendorff


Ferdinand Konrad Bellermann

Oil on canvas. Bellermann (Erfurt 1814-1889

Berlin) originally began an apprenticeship as a porcelain painter.

and moved to Berlin in 1833.

Academy. From there, he was led to various

Travels to Scandinavia, South America, etc.

and Italy. Especially that of King

Friedrich Wilhelm IV. sponsored study trip

to Venezuela and the exchange with Alexander

von Humboldt shaped his artistic work.

His landscapes are not only under construction

well composed, but often dedicate themselves to the

also seemingly insignificant details and botanical

Characteristics of the depicted nature.

Height 58.5 cm, width 62.5 cm.

Thieme/Becker, General encyclopedia of the visual arts

Artist, vol. 3, pp. 243-244.



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