Thomas von Nathusius

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Thomas von Nathusius, c.1890
Shire mare "Dunsmore Gloaming", born 1890 in Childwick, England; book illustration after a painting by Thomas von Nathusius TvN, Shire.JPG
Shire mare "Dunsmore Gloaming", born 1890 in Childwick, England; book illustration after a painting by Thomas von Nathusius

Thomas von Nathusius (Althaldensleben 1866 – Stettin 1904) was a German landscape and animal painter. The youngest son of Heinrich von Nathusius, he was grandson to Johann Gottlob Nathusius, nephew to Hermann von Nathusius and first cousin to the portrait painter Susanne von Nathusius. His paintings of animals were used to illustrate a four-volume atlas of the races and forms of domesticated animals, [1] in collaboration with his brother Simon von Nathusius.

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  1. von Nathusius, Simon, Thomas von Nathusius, (1904) Die Pferderassen: Atlas der Rassen und Formen unserer Haustiere Stuttgart: Eugen Ulmer. (in German) "Horse breeds: atlas of the races and forms of our domestic animals"