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Friedrich Loos, Austrian Artist

Friedrich Loos (1797-1890) was an Austrian Biedermeier style artist. He was born in Graz and studied at the Vienna Academy with Joseph Mössmer. He lived in Vienna and Rome, and later moved to Kiel, where he worked as a drawing teacher at the university.
The realism of Loos' landscapes was oriented towards light effects in order to loosen up his painting, as well as to harmonize and unite the details.
The artist's landscapes made a major contribution to the development of Austrian landscape painting.

Friedrich Loos' PaintingRamsau, Berchtesgaden

Friedrich Loos' Oil PaintingLandscape with Lake Albano and Castel Gandolfo, near Rome

Friedrich Loos' LandscapeKolm Saigurn in the Rauris Valley with the Sonnblick

Steinbach at Attersee Lake

Friedrich Loos' PaintingsView from the Fortress, Salzburg

Friedrich Loos' LandscapesThe Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum

Friedrich Loos' Artwork
Weis, Johann Baptist, 1845

Friedrich Loos' ArtRuins at Raubenstein

Painting by Friedrich LoosViews of Bald Mountain and Leopoldsberg, Watercolor

Oil Painting by Friedrich LoosView of the Gulf of Naples from a Terrace in Sorrento

Art of Friedrich LoosThe Mönschberg in Salzburg with the Pulverturm

Artwork of Friedrich Loos

Paintings by Friedrich LoosWalker in Woodland

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