1609, Mar 231684
a Baroque painter of Germany. Schonfeld was perhaps one of the most talented German 17th-century painters. He lived some years in Rome and Naples, creating many scenes based on legends from the history of Ancient Rome. His colours are light and festive, the forms are treated easily and freely, and small details are often only hinted at with a flexible stroke of the brush. For Schonfeld, such scenes from ancient mythology represented the clear and joyful world of poetic invention.
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