Griffith Art gallery is pleased to represent Ludwig Gschossmann (Munich, Germany 1894-1988).
Best known for his heavy impasto impressionistic depictions of turn of the century Horse related subjects such as Hunt Scenes and "The Good Life" depicted in Ballroom Scenes, Mansions in the countryside and Horse-drawn carrriages in scenic settings.
Believed to have been Born sometime around 1894, he first studied Stage Design in Hamburg before attending the Munich Acadamy of Fine Art.
Ludwig became known first for his realistic landscape paintings that became increasingly more loose and impressionistic over his lifetime.
Gschossmann was a member of the Munchner Kunstlergenossenschaft Bavarian artist-coopertive and spent most of his life living and painting in the rustic town of Tegernsee in the Bavarian Alps.
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