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Remote, quiet, serene, a white blanket of fresh snow and beautiful small barns and houses in a mountain landscape. The fireplace is probably crackling inside and dinner is stewing for the evening. The coziness of home lurks you inside this painting. While it is bleak and cold outside, but oh so beautiful. Rasenberg captured the moment of winter at it best when the snow is clean and ultrawhite.
Oil on canvas
Imagesize 80*120 cm
Alfred Rasenberger (Düsseldorf 1885-1949) 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.
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