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|Artist Details : Carl Rochling|
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Born in Glogau near Saarbruck on 18th October, 1855 and died in Berlin on 6th May, 1920. Perhaps one of the most prolific military artists of the late nineteenth century in Germany. In 1880 he studied under the great German historical artist, Anton von Werner where he quickly developed an interest in military subjects. The events of the Franco-Prussian War were particularly appealing to the young artist and he produced many scenes of victorious Prussians in battle such as an Episode in the Battle of Wissembourg and the Capture of the Chateau at Gaisberg. Many of his pictures were used to illustrate regimental histories of the various Prussian units involved in the 1870 war. (c) Peter Harrington
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