Adolf von Hildebrand
1847 Marburg-1921 Munich, He was a sculptor, the son of Marburg economics professor Bruno Hildebrand. He was the author of Das Problem der Form in der Bildenden Kunst ("The Problem of Form in Painting and Sculpture"). From 1873 he lived in Florence in San Francesco, a secularized sixteenth-century monastery. In 1877 he married Irene Schäuffelen. He spent significant time in Munich after 1889 executing a monumental fountain there, the Wittelsbacher Brunnen. He is known for five monumental urban fountains. He was ennobled by the King of Bavaria in 1904, He was the father of the painter Eva, Elizabeth, sculptor Irene Georgii-Hildebrand, Sylvie, Bertele, and Catholic theologian Dietrich von Hildebrand.

 

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Adolf von Hildebrand Sleeping Shepherd Lad oil painting   

Painting ID::  38640
Adolf von Hildebrand
Sleeping Shepherd Lad
mk138 1871-73 Marble 105x68x106cm

   
   
     

 

 

Adolf von Hildebrand Portrat Eleonore of yard man oil painting   

Painting ID::  44928
Adolf von Hildebrand
Portrat Eleonore of yard man
mk184 around 1903 oils on Lwd 121.5x68.5cm Bez. u. l Dora Hitz

   
   
     

 

 

Adolf von Hildebrand Wine harvest oil painting   

Painting ID::  44929
Adolf von Hildebrand
Wine harvest
mk184 ca. 1910 oils on Lwd 138x174cm Bez. u, l Dora/Hitz

   
   
     

 

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Adolf von Hildebrand
1847 Marburg-1921 Munich, He was a sculptor, the son of Marburg economics professor Bruno Hildebrand. He was the author of Das Problem der Form in der Bildenden Kunst ("The Problem of Form in Painting and Sculpture"). From 1873 he lived in Florence in San Francesco, a secularized sixteenth-century monastery. In 1877 he married Irene Schäuffelen. He spent significant time in Munich after 1889 executing a monumental fountain there, the Wittelsbacher Brunnen. He is known for five monumental urban fountains. He was ennobled by the King of Bavaria in 1904, He was the father of the painter Eva, Elizabeth, sculptor Irene Georgii-Hildebrand, Sylvie, Bertele, and Catholic theologian Dietrich von Hildebrand.