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KOBELL Wilhelm von (b. 1766, Mannheim, d. 1853, Mnchen) Nationality : German

Painter, printmaker and teacher, part of a German family of artists. The family was originally from Frankfurt am Main and was active in Mannheim and Munich in the 18th and 19th centuries. Wilhelm von Kobell was the son of Ferdinand Kobell who was primarily a landscape painter and was profoundly influenced by 17th-century Dutch painting and the work of Claude Lorrain. Wilhelm was taught first by his father and by his uncle Franz Kobell. He then studied at the Zeichnungsakademie in Mannheim under Franz Anton von Leydendorf (1721-95) and Egid Verhelst, learning the basics of engraving.

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