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Karl Friedrich Schinkel

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Stage set for the Queen of the Night (in Mozart's Magic Flute)
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The Palace of the Queen of the Night, set design for 'The Magic Flute' by Wol...
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Garden scene with the Sphinx in moonlight, Act II scene 3, set design for 'Th...
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Set design for last scene of 'The Magic Flute' by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (17...
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Temple of Isis and Osiris where Sarastro High Priest officiates "Die Zauberfl...
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Set Design for the Final Scene of 'The Magic Flute' by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozar...
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Interior view of a staircase, design for a castle in Koestritz, 1802-03 (pen ...
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Set design for Act I Scene xv of 'The Magic Flute' by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart...
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Muehleborn's Water Palace, set design for a production of 'Undine',
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Set design for Act II Scene xx of 'The Magic Flute' by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozar...
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Egyptian Set Design for Act II, scene xxviii of the opera 'The Magic Flute' b...
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A Gothic Cathederal near Bauman; Eine Gotische Kathedrale hinter Baumen, 1814-15
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Ausmalungsentwurf Schinkels zum Südzimmer des Casinos Klein-Glienicke, 1824
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Theatre decor for the enchanting flute (Opera “” Die Zauberflote”” by Wolfgan...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel

   •   Classicism   •   Wikipedia: Karl Friedrich Schinkel
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n his paintings, the grace of architecture is shown in the context of the beauty of the landscape. Embedded in hills, mountains and plains created by nature, strong walls rise up to protect castles. The Prussian architect and painter Karl Friedrich Schinkel (1781-1841) understood European architecture as a continuation of ancient Greek architecture. The outstanding musical talent of the pastor's son, who came from Neuruppin, was already noticeable during his time at grammar school. After visiting an exhibition of architectural drawings, the young Schinkel decided to take up the profession of architect. He became a pupil at the private building school of Friedrich and David Gilly in Berlin. At the same time, he began to study architecture at the Berlin Bauakademie and attended lectures at the Akademie der Künste.

At the beginning of the new century, Schinkel was one of the first to take the professional examinations for civil service, which entitles him to work as a construction manager or building inspector. However, due to the financial misery of Prussia in connection with the war against Napoleon around 1800, only a few new building projects could be realized. So Friedrich Schinkel decided to go out and see the world after the implementation of the first construction and planning works. His way led him to Dresden, Prague, Vienna, Venice, Padua, Turin, Palermo, Naples, Lyon and Paris. Via Strasbourg and Weimar he returned to Berlin. There he exhibited panorama pictures inspired by the journey. Among the admirers of these works were King Frederick William III and Queen Luise of Prussia. Thus Schinkel was commissioned to redesign Queen Luise's bedchamber in the Kronprinzenpalais and to design the interior decoration of her rooms in the Berlin City Palace. With this commission, he became the interior designer and master builder of the Prussian royal house.

In his position as senior building officer, Schinkel was responsible for turning Berlin into the representative capital of Prussia. His responsibilities also extended to other construction projects from Cologne to Königsberg. Even today, the Königswache, the Schauspielhaus and the Altes Museum in Berlin bear witness to Karl Friedrich Schinkel's work. He became probably the most important architect of Classicism and was in friendly contact and lively intellectual exchange with contemporaries such as Wilhelm von Humboldt, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Count Hermann von Pückler-Muskau and Clemens von Brentano. Even when architecture became increasingly important to him, Karl Friedrich Schinkel continued to devote himself intensively to painting. For him, the two arts were inseparably linked. © Meisterdrucke




Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Stage set for the Queen of the N...
1815 | Unknown

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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
The Palace of the Queen of the N...
1816 | watercolour

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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Garden scene with the Sphinx in ...
1816 | colour lithograph

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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Set design for last scene of 'Th...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Temple of Isis and Osiris where ...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Stage Set for Mozart's Magic...
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1815 | painting

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Gotische Kirche Auf Einem Felsen...
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Set Design for the Final Scene o...
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1823 | painting

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1820 | painting

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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Antike Stadt an Einem Berg
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Blick Auf Den Mont Blanc
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Landschaft Bei Pichelswerder
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Interior view of a staircase, de...
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Interior view of a staircase, de...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
 
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Set design for Act I Scene xv of...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Muehleborn's Water Palace, set d...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
 
1817 | Oil on canvas

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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Gotische Kirche auf einem Felsen...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Set design for Act II Scene xx o...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
 
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Egyptian Set Design for Act II, ...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Szenenentwurf Zu Mozarts 'za...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Bühnenbildentwurf Tempel der Vesta
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Bühnenbildentwurf Tempel der Vesta
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
 
1816 | pencil on paper

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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
 
Undated | watercolour on paper

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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
A Gothic Cathederal near Bauman;...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Unbekanntes Bild
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
 
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Redesigning the Lustgarten, 1828...
1828 | watercolour and pen and ink on paper

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Redesigning the Lustgarten, 1828...
1828 | watercolour and pen and ink on paper

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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Ausmalungsentwurf Schinkels zum ...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Das Schloss Prediama in Crein XI...
1816 | Unknown

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Das Schloss Prediama in Crein XI...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Felsentor. 1818
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Schloß am Strom. 1820
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Kathedrale
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
Marie Susanne Und Karl Des K...
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Karl Friedrich Schinkel
the Artist's Daughter Marie
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Theatre decor for the enchanting...
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