Johann Amandus Winck

 

Johann Amandus Winck was German painter of the Antwerp school Johann Amandus Wink (1748 - 1817).

 

Johann Amandus Winck was born in 1748 in the town of Eichstätt , situated on the River Altmühl in Bavaria, Germany.A small town in the 18th century, but with the stunning natural beauty of the surroundings.As a little boy Johann Amandus Winck, seeing engravings book botany Basilus Besler, decided to become an artist. His uncle artist Johann contributed desire to become a master of still lifes.Johann education received in the Netherlands Academy of Arts in Antwerp. Holland was at that time the center masters depicting still lifes. The academy Johann Amandus Winck met with Peter Faes (1750-1814). Both aspiring young artist came under the influence of the old masters Jan Van Huysum (1682-1749).

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Johann Amandus Winck
(1748 - 1817)
Still life with a bust , dead rabbit , poultry and guinea pig nibbling
Johann Amandus Winck
EICHSTÄTT CIRCA 1748 - 1817 MUNICH
STILL LIFE WITH A PARROT, GAME FOWL, GUINEA PIGS AND FRUIT
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