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FUHRICH Joseph Ritter von (b. 1800, Kratzau, d. 1876, Wien) Nationality : Austrian

Bohemian painter, printmaker and teacher. Until he was 18 he was trained by his father, Wenzel Fuhrich, a painter and mason. In 1819, at the academy exhibition in Prague, he made his debut with two history paintings. Their success enabled him to study in Prague. Durer was the first powerful influence on his style; on a visit to Vienna in 1822, medieval and Renaissance art made a similar impression. His illustrations for Ludwig Tieck's Leben und Tod der heiligen Genoveva (1824-05) attracted the interest of Prince Metternich, who helped him obtain a scholarship to study in Italy.

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