Fricero Joseph

Joseph Fricero (1807 Nice – 1870 Nice) was a pupil of Paul Emile Barberi and of Ingres. Since 1825 he made a study trips to Florence, Turkey (i.e. Constantinople), Italy, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Croatia, Tunis, Algeria, Spain, and Russia.  Fricero finally settled in his native Nice, where he became active as a drawing teacher for […]

Fremond Andre

Andre Fremond 1884-1965 Les buffes souvenir de Macedoine 1917 gоuache

Born in 1884 in Le Havre, died in 1965 in Montreuil. Had exhibitions in Paris at the Salon of French Artists in 1928. He contributed with several drawings in the well-known French art book ‘la Guerre Raconté par Nos Généraux” in the 1920 dedicated to the Great war from a French perspective.   Andre Fremond […]

Fouqueray Charles


Born in 23rd April 1869 in Le Mans (Sarthe), died in Paris 1956, Dominique Charles Fouqeray was a major French marine painter who had a close professional relationship with the French Navy. While the rest of the French artists fully dived into innovation and the birth of the impressionism, he dedicated himself into the tight […]

Forstner Leopold

Bleistiftzeichnung von Leopold Forstner

Leopold Forstner (2 November 1878 in Bad Leonfelden, Upper Austria – 5 November 1936 in Stockerau) was an artist who was part of the Viennese Jugendstil movement, focusing particularly on the mosaic as a form. He completed his primary education in Leonfelden, before completing his education in Linz. Through his uncle Anton Forstner he was able to be released from an […]

Fischer Schuppach Hans

Born in 27th May 1906 in Fafe, Portugal, died on 1st May 1987 in Heidelberg. He was a painter, illustrator and graphic artist of classic modernism. His style was characterized with realistic scenes of the city life with a touch of a fantasy. He was a son of a factory director and he grew up […]

Ferrières Martin Jacques


Born on August 6, 1893 in Saint-Paul, France. He received his early training from his father Henri Martin (1860-1943), the famous pointillist painter. He also received formal training at the “Ecole des Beaux-Arts” in Paris from Frederic Cormon (1845-1924) but soon escaped from Academic conventions and restraints. He painted mainly views of the south of […]

Fahringer Carl

Carl Fahringer was a very well-known Austrian impressionist, landscape and animalist painter of the late 19th – first half of the 20th century. He studied at the Vienna Academy under Allemand and Eisenmenger and at the Academy of Munich under Marr. He traveled through Europe, Orient, Balkan, Africa, Java, Bali and Sumatra. In 1929-1945 he […]