Gustav Bauernfeind  (German, 1848-1904) 

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Gustav Bauernfeind, A Well in Jaffa

 

Gustav Bauernfeind
A Well in Jaffa
circa 1880

Stephen Ongpin Fine Art
Gustav Bauernfeind, View of Jerusalem

 

Gustav Bauernfeind
View of Jerusalem
Stern Pissarro Gallery
 
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After Gustav Bauernfeind, Betende an der Klagemauer

 

After Gustav Bauernfeind
Betende an der Klagemauer
oil on canvas

 

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Gustav Bauernfeind, Western Wall, Jerusalem

 

Gustav Bauernfeind
Western Wall, Jerusalem
watercolor on paper

 

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After Gustav Bauernfeind, Betende an der Klagemauer

 

After Gustav Bauernfeind
Betende an der Klagemauer
oil on canvas

 

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  Gustav Bauernfeind was initially trained as an architect and became a painter relatively late in life. Inspired by a trip to Italy in 1873-1874, he abandoned his architectural career in favour of working as a landscape painter, at first producing scenes of Swiss and Italian views and cities. Looking further afield, he decided to travel to the Near East in search of more exotic subjects, and began making plans to do so in 1879. Bauernfeind made three trips to the Near East - in 1880-1881, between 1884 and 1887 and finally in 1888-1889 - before returning to Munich in 1890. Six years later, however, he left Germany for good to settle in Palestine, where he lived for the eight years until his death. Although Bauernfeind is today regarded as undoubtedly one of the most significant and gifted Orientalist artists, he was singularly inept at self-promotion and struggled to make a living for much of his career.