Paul Wilhelm Keller-Reutlingen
(1854 - 1920)
Paul Wilhelm Keller-Reutlingen was active/lived in Germany, Italy. Paul Keller Reutlingen is known for figure and landscape painting, rural genre.
Biography Paul Wilhelm Keller-Reutlingen
Paul Wilhelm Keller, "Keller-Reutlingen" (called himself after his birthplace), was born in 1854 in Reutlingen, Germany.
Keller was a landscape and genre painter, graphic artist, illustrator and cartoonist. He first taught Xylographen in Stuttgart, he then studied at the Academy, Stuttgart.
From 1975 to 1976 Keller was in military service in Ulm. Then from 1876 to 1879 Keller took a study trip to Italy and stayed in Venice, Rome, Naples and Florence.
In 1879 Keller was active in Munich, Dachau and Furstenfeldbruck, and in 1892 was a founding member and temporary board member of the Munich Secession.
He was active in 1895 for the Munich magazine "Youth".
Keller was credited with the Secession exhibitions in Munich glass P_Thieme-Becker, Dressler, G. Keller _history of Keller family_, Boetticher, nail _Swabian artist lexicon_, Müller-Singer, Catalogue of the Berlin Academy exhibition in 1881, and Bruckmann _Munich Painters in the 19th century __
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