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Adolph Friedrich Erdmann von Menzel is one of the best known German artists of the 19th century. He was born in 1815 in Wroclaw. His first work of art was exhibited when he was just 12 years old. Menzel was an incredibly versatile artist, but his best-known works of art belong to the Impressionist stream, which he showed to the world only by the end of his life and which he considered a paradoxically experimental approach to this style. Adolph von Menzel's reproductions from bimago are the collection, thanks to which you can enjoy his amazing works of art in your interiors.

Reproductions of paintings by Adolph von Menzel

Adolph von Menzel is undoubtedly an interesting, though slightly less known figure associated with the world of art. This versatile painter, born in Wrocław in the 19th century, is considered the most valuable German realist. However, he did not limit himself to one technique and style. In his work, apart from realism, he also reached for the impressionist trend. In addition to oil painting, his output also includes numerous woodcuts and lithographs. His contribution to the world of art was appreciated by the prestigious Royal Academy of Art, where he became a professor.


Adolph von Menzel - copies of the most famous works

Adolph von Menzel's paintings can be divided into two dominant types. One of them - realistic - is characterized by the transfer of "ordinary" people to the canvas along with their cares and worries. They are dominated by a slightly sad, dark color. The second - impressionistic - is characterized by playing with light and shadow. Such a procedure emphasizes the blurring of the line between the real world and fiction. The dominant motif in such works is the city - its characters, landscapes and, above all, its dynamics. In addition, looking at the works of the German, one can notice a clear fascination with the subject of war.

Reproductions of Adolf von Menzel's paintings are a great gift idea for a loved one interested in art. A copy of one of the most famous works can successfully decorate a living room or bedroom, becoming one of the main elements of interior design. However, it should be remembered that the specific theme and style of such works will work very well in rooms with a classic decor. And their colors go particularly well with “heavy” wooden furniture and smooth, rather light walls.