Alfred Rasenberger (Dusseldorf 1885-1949)
Houses in a German Winter Landscape
Oil on canvas 31,5* 47,2 inch (80*120 cm)
Framed 42,1*57,9 inch (107*147 cm)
Condition: painting is good, the frame will be replaced soon
Alfred Rasenberger was a German landscape painter from the Düsseldorf School. Rasenberger studied painting at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. Eugen Dücker, Max Clarenbach, Ernst Roeber and Willy Spatz were his teachers there. Rasenberger was a member of the Malkasten artists' association. He often painted together with his brothers Ernst and Reinhold Rasenberger and his friend Arthur Bell (1876–1966). The painter Gernot Rasenberger (* 1943) is his grandson. Rasenberger mainly created paintings of Rhenish landscapes, especially from Düsseldorf and the Lower Rhine, often in autumn and winter moods as well as in evening light and under a cloudy sky.