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Ferdinand Max Bredt

Ferdinand Max Bredt (1860–1921) was a German Orientalist painter, noted for his studies of female figures.



Background


Bredt predominantly uses female subjects that he places in exotic locations, interiors, and courtyard. He was fascinated with Oriental architecture; he built his house and studio in Ruhpolding, Germany in an Arabian style.[2]

The work of Bredt was exhibited in Paris, Berlin, Chicago and London. Today he is little-known, but he was widely recognized in his lifetime for his works. Two of his paintings were chosen to represent his native Germany at the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893.[2]


Ferdinand Max Bredt Gallery

Ferdinand Max Bredt Couch with resting lady
Ferdinand Max Bredt Couch with resting lady



 Ferdinand Max Bredt - Selbstbildnis / Self-Portrait
Ferdinand Max Bredt - Selbstbildnis / Self-Portrait



Ferdinand Max Bredt : Turkish Women
Ferdinand Max Bredt : Turkish Women






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