Karl Bossenroth

Gottlieb Carl Albert Bössenroth (February 6, 1863 in Berlin, † 26th September 1935 in Berlin) was a German painter. He worked in Munich, Berlin and Eckernförde. After studying at the Royal Academy of Arts in Berlin and the Munich Art Academy in 1890 Bössenroth had settled in Munich and then created his first works. Date from this period atmospheric, large-format oil paintings of street scenes from Munich and surrounding area, including depictions of the Marienplatz in the daytime and at night. These have Bössenroth as representatives of Impressionism.