|Statement||Milo M. Naeve.|
|Series||The University of Delaware Press American artists series, American arts series.|
|LC Classifications||N6537.K74 A4 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||204 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||83040480|
John Lewis Krimmel () was America's first genre painter. A German immigrant who worked in Philadelphia between and , Krimmel was initially influenced by David Wilkie, William Hogarth, and Benjamin West. After revisiting Europe in , he became inspired by German romanticism and found an appreciation for French Cited by: 3. John Lewis Krimmel: An Artist in Federal America (The University of Delaware Press American artists series) [Naeve, Milo] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. John Lewis Krimmel: An Artist in Federal America (The University of Delaware Press American artists series)Author: Milo Naeve. John Lewis has 20 books on Goodreads with ratings. John Lewis’s most popular book is The Fire Next Time. Get this from a library! John Lewis Krimmel: genre artist of the early Republic. [Anneliese Harding; Henry Francis du Pont Winterthur Museum.] -- "John Lewis Krimmel () was America's first genre painter. A German immigrant who worked in Philadelphia between and , Krimmel was initially influenced by David Wilkie, William.
John Lewis Krimmel's Pepper-Pot: A Scene in the Philadelphia Market was one of four paintings shown by the young German artist in the annual exhibit . John Lewis Krimmel: an artist in federal America by Milo M Naeve (Book); John Lewis Krimmel: genre artist of the early Republic by Anneliese Harding (Book); Lion and leopard: a novel by Nathaniel R Popkin (Book). John Lewis Krimmel’s images of the streets and citizenry of contemporary Philadelphia are the earliest genre scenes, or pictures of everyday life, produced in and about America. Krimmel was born Johann Ludwig Krimmel in Ebingen in the south Germany duchy of Württemberg. As a young man he worked as a commercial clerk and spent some time in. Philadelphia: Published by Joseph Yeager; printed by Charles Woodward, circa Engraving, etching and aquatint with hand-coloring and mezzotint on buff wove paper plate: x 66 cm.; image: x 59 cm.. Second state, in which it is added that the view was “taken from M. Carey & Sons Book Store. S.E. corner of 4th and Chestnut Sts”.
John Lewis Krimmel (), a German emigrant who worked in Philadelphia between and , was initially influenced by David Wilkie, William Hogarth, and Benjamin West. In this authoritative examination, Harding traces the development of Price: $ John Lewis Krimmel was a genre and portrait painter. He was born on , in Ebingen (Wurttemberg, Germany), to Johann Jacob and Elisabetha Catharina Nordliner Krimmel. Johann Krimmel was a confectioner. John Lewis Krimmel, the founder of the genre movement in American art, portrays himself with the family of his brother George in this scene of intimate domesticity. George, a merchant, was ten years older than John, and had sailed with his family from Europe to Philadelphia in John Lewis Krimmel Sketchbooks; Home John Lewis Krimmel Sketchbooks Drawing Reference URL To link to this object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this object, paste this HTML in website Robert Jocelyn's Dinner Book: S: Samuel T. Skidmore Collection: Shaker Photographs & Postcards: T.