Tobias Andreae, who was born at Frankfurt-am-Main in 1823, studied under J. Becker, and then went to Munich, where he made the acquaintance of Carl Rahl and Bonaventura Genelli. In 1853 he visited Italy, and painted landscapes, into which he occasionally introduced moonlight effects. Andreae died at Munich in 1873.
Heinrich Adam was a German painter.
Georg Heinrich Brandes was a German painter.
Hans Sigmund Bendel was a Swiss painter and illustrator.
August Querfurt was an Austrian painter.
John Tobias Young was a British painter.
Tobias Querfurt, also Tobias Querfurt the Elder, was a German painter, draughtsman, and engraver.
August Maximilian Zimmermann, painter and lithographer, was born at Zittau, in Saxony on 7 July 1811. His father, the impresario Karl Friedrich August Zimmermann, brought him up as a musician, but in his leisure he practised lithography. At the age of twenty-three he abandoned music to devote himself entirely to lithography, and joining his brother Albert in Munich, studied drawing under his direction. He finally took to landscape painting, which he practised with some success. His subjects were chiefly forest scenes, studies of trees, and the like. The Neue Pinakothek at Munich has three of his pictures. He died at Munich in 1878.
August von Bayer (1803-1875) was a German painter of architectural subjects
Konrad Eberhard, a German historical painter, better known as a sculptor, was one of the foremost artists of the so-called Nazarene School, which at one time gathered round Friedrich Overbeck in Rome.
Franz Joachim Beich (1666–1748) was a Bavarian painter.
Michael Neher, the son of Joseph Neher, a citizen and painter of that city, but of a family from Biberach. Michael received a classical education, and was instructed in the rudiments of painting by Mitterer, and in 1813 entered the Academy at Munich. From 1816 to 1818 he studied under Matthias Klotz, and was then employed by Angelo Quaglio in his theatrical work. After having worked for some time as scene-painter at the Court Theatre, he went to Trento, Milan, and Trieste, and painted portraits. In 1819 he was encouraged by Hieronymus Hess, at Rome, to devote himself to genre painting. On his return to Munich in 1823 he became Conservator of the Art Union. In 1839 he painted several saloons in the Hohenschwangen Schloss, after sketches of Schwind, Gasner, and Schwanthaler. He, however, in 1837 devoted himself entirely to architectural painting, and travelled for improvement on the Rhine, and in Belgium. He was received an honorary member of the Academy at Munich in 1876, and died there in the same year.
Gottlieb Bodmer (1804–1837) was a German painter, designer, and lithographer.
Heinrich Bürkel (1802–1869) was a German genre and landscape painter
Erich Correns (1821–1877) was a German portrait painter and lithographer.
Friedrich Hohe was a German lithographer and painter. Born in Bayreuth, Bavaria, in 1802, his first painting teacher was his father, who was himself a painter. In 1820 he entered the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Munich. Thereafter, from 1823 till near the end of his life, he devoted himself to lithography.
Georg Desmarées or Des Marées, was a Swedish-born German portrait painter.
Johann Jakob Dorner the Elder (1741–1813), who was born at Ehrenstetten, near Freiburg in Breisgau, was a painter of historical and genre subjects. He was at first a pupil of Rösch at Freiburg and of Ignaz Bauer at Augsburg. He afterwards visited Italy, the Netherlands, and Paris. He was a professor and director of the Gallery at Munich in 1770, and died in that city in 1813. In the Darmstadt Gallery is a picture of Two Soldiers and a Maiden by him; and in the Pinakothek at Munich, a Linen Draper, which is a portrait of his wife, dated 1775.
Hermann Dyck, a Bavarian painter, born at Würzburg in 1812, studied architectural and genre painting at Munich. His works are original and of great humour, and are neatly and carefully executed. The satirical designs for the Fliegende Blätter, in reference to the rage for monuments, are incomparable. He was director of the Art Schools at Munich, where he died in 1874.
Franz Xaver Eggert was a German glass painter.
Johann Christian Michel Ezdorf or Etzdorf (1801–1851), a German landscape painter, was born at Pösneck, in the duchy of Saxe-Meiningen. He studied landscape painting in Munich and its environs, and displayed an especial talent in representing gloomy forests, taking as his models the works of Ruisdael and Van Everdingen. He visited Norway, the North Cape, Sweden, Iceland, and England. One of his best paintings is in the Modern Gallery at Munich; it represents a Forge by the side of a Waterfall. He died at Munich in 1851.