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Karl Friedrich Schinkel



 


 
Karl Friedrich Schinkel

(b Neuruppin, Mark Brandenburg, 13 March 1781; d Berlin, 9 Oct 1841).

German architect, painter and stage designer. He was the greatest architect in 19th-century Germany, and his most important surviving buildings in Berlin  and Potsdam show his sense of German idealism and technical mastery. He became Geheimer Oberlandesbaudirektor of the Prussian state and influenced many architects in Germany and abroad.

 


 

The Gate in the Rocks

1818
Oil on canvas, 740x 48 cm
Staatliche Museen, Berlin



 


Study for a Monument to Queen Louise

1810
Watercolour, 720 x 520 mm
 

 

The Banks of the Spree near Stralau

1817
Oil on canvas, 36 x 45 cm
Nationalgalerie, Berlin



 

Stage set for Mozart's Magic Flute

1815
Gouache, 463 x 616 mm
Staatliche Museen, Berlin



 

Medieval Town by Water

after 1813
Oil on canvas, 94 x 126 cm
Neue Pinakothek, Munich



 

Gothic Cathedral with Imperial Palace


 

Morning

1813
Oil on canvas, 76 x 102 cm
Nationalgalerie, Berlin
 
 

In the palace of the Queen of the night


 

The Garden of Sarastro by Moonlight


 

Portrait of the Artist's Daughter, Marie

1816
Black chalk on reddish paper, 533 x 423 mm
Staatliche Museen, Berlin
 

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