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Oil on Canvas
13 3/8 x 19 inches
22 1/8 x 28 1/8 inches framed
Signed lower right Fischer=Coe (rlin – loss)
Loss including near signature and craquelure
En verso signed Fischer=Coerlin. Berlin. W. Doernberg Str. 7

Ernst Albert Fischer-Cörlin (Coerlin) was a student of Daege and Schrader at the Berlin Academy before working as a master student to Anton von Werner for six years. His decorative paintings, set into the overdoors in the reception hall of the Berlin Jubilee Exhibition in 1886, mirror closely the style of the famous decorative paintings which his teacher, A. von Werner, had produced for the Café Bauer in Berlin. His illustrations for “Beautiful garden” and “Ahasver in Rome” are freer than those of his teacher. From 1877 to 1892 Fischer exhibited genre pictures, watercolours and graphic designs at the Academy Exhibitions. From 1893 he regularly exhibited landscapes, folk scenes and genre paintings at the Great Art Exhibition in Berlin.