Fritz Zuber-Buhler
was a Swiss painter integrant of the style Academic Classicism, born in 1822 at Le Locle in Switzerland and died November 23, 1896. At sixteen years old he moved to Paris, France where found his first teacher Louis Grosclaude. Later he studied at the École des Beaux-Arts and then refined his technical skills with François-Édouard Picot, who followed the same lineage of contemporaneous artists such as Leon Perrault, Bouguereau, Alexandre Cabanel and many others. Afterwards he spent some time in Italy searching for inspiration and raise the quality of his art. Then, returning to Paris, he made his debut at the Salon in 1850 exhibiting alongside oil paintings, drawings, pastels and watercolors. His painting Innocence shows his romantic view of the peasant childhood and their environments, expressing nature, softness and intense details. Also his works were drawn by popular themes at that period like mythology, religion and requested portraits. Zuber-Buhler produced exhibitions in the United States, comprising at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and achieved great admiration as a classic academic painter.

 

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Fritz Zuber-Buhler Innocence oil painting   

Painting ID::  74195
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
Innocence
19th century oil painting from Movement Academic Classicism.

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler Innocence oil painting   

Painting ID::  75603
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
Innocence
English: work: Innocence Date 19th century cyf

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler Dressing Up oil painting   

Painting ID::  95351
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
Dressing Up
Country of Origin: Switzerland TTD

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler La Mi-Careme oil painting   

Painting ID::  95352
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
La Mi-Careme
Country of Origin: Switzerland TTD

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler Maternity oil painting   

Painting ID::  95353
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
Maternity
Title: Maternity Artist: Fritz Zuber-Buhler Country of Origin: Switzerland TTD

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler The Cherry Thieves oil painting   

Painting ID::  95354
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
The Cherry Thieves
Title: The Cherry Thieves Artist: Fritz Zuber-Buhler Country of Origin: Switzerland TTD

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler The First Cherries oil painting   

Painting ID::  95355
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
The First Cherries
Title: The First Cherries Artist: Fritz Zuber-Buhler TTD

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler The Lesson oil painting   

Painting ID::  95356
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
The Lesson
Country of Origin: Switzerland TTD

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler The Spirit of the Morning oil painting   

Painting ID::  95357
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
The Spirit of the Morning
Country of Origin: Switzerland TTD

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler Tickling the Baby oil painting   

Painting ID::  95358
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
Tickling the Baby
Date 1850s ttd

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler Girl with wreath oil painting   

Painting ID::  95359
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
Girl with wreath
Date 1850s Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 56 x 46.5 cm (22 x 18.3 in) TTD

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler Young Beauty with Bouquet oil painting   

Painting ID::  95360
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
Young Beauty with Bouquet
Description A Young Beauty Holding A Bouquet Of Flowers Medium painting TTD

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler Young Girl Holding a Doll oil painting   

Painting ID::  95361
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
Young Girl Holding a Doll
Country of Origin: Switzerland ttd

   
   
     

 

 

Fritz Zuber-Buhler Young Girl with Bichon Frise oil painting   

Painting ID::  95362
Fritz Zuber-Buhler
Young Girl with Bichon Frise
Country of Origin: Switzerland TTD

   
   
     

 

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Fritz Zuber-Buhler
was a Swiss painter integrant of the style Academic Classicism, born in 1822 at Le Locle in Switzerland and died November 23, 1896. At sixteen years old he moved to Paris, France where found his first teacher Louis Grosclaude. Later he studied at the École des Beaux-Arts and then refined his technical skills with François-Édouard Picot, who followed the same lineage of contemporaneous artists such as Leon Perrault, Bouguereau, Alexandre Cabanel and many others. Afterwards he spent some time in Italy searching for inspiration and raise the quality of his art. Then, returning to Paris, he made his debut at the Salon in 1850 exhibiting alongside oil paintings, drawings, pastels and watercolors. His painting Innocence shows his romantic view of the peasant childhood and their environments, expressing nature, softness and intense details. Also his works were drawn by popular themes at that period like mythology, religion and requested portraits. Zuber-Buhler produced exhibitions in the United States, comprising at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and achieved great admiration as a classic academic painter.